U.S. General Warns India, Pakistan Can Launch Nuclear Missile Attack

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General Votel, a senior army general of US army warned India that Pakistan can use nuclear weapons if Indian continues diplomatic isolation of Pakistan. He further stated that US-Pakistan relationship is crucial as Pakistan is supporting US forces on Pakistan-Afghanistan border through various ways. General Nicholson who is the leader of NATO and American forces in Afghanistan also have a close relation with Pakistan Army’s chief and the US is constantly helping Pakistan in flushing out the terrorists.

Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army and Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, Commander of NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan lead participants towards the conference area to meet for the 29th Tripartite Commission meeting.. Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. David E. Alvarado. (RELEASED)
U.S. General appreciated Pakistan’s effort to eliminate the Haqqani network but expressed his concern over conflicts and terrorist attacks happening in Indian territory, General Votel spoke about the military action taken by Indian Special Forces in a revenge attack on terrorist camps when Pakistani terrorist attacked an Indian Army camp in Uri last year.
India launched a special operation against the terrorist launch pads and managed to kills around 70 terrorists in one raid, though Pakistan denied of any such event and tried every desperate maneuver to hide the insulting attack. General Votel warned that such confrontations between these nations and India’s diplomatic isolation can cause a major conflict which could turn nuclear because both the nations are nuclear power.
General Joseph L. Votel currently commands US Central Command and previously, commanded, ¬†US Special Operation command, world recognizes US premier special operation command “The JSOC”, Combined JTF 82 and 2nd Battalion of 75th ranger regiment.

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