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Why Pakistan-US Nuclear Deal will not happen?

It is not recommended to compare Pakistan with India!

US Envoy in Pakistan, Anne Patterson’s ‘loose lips’ is not appreciated and self control needs to be exercised by her. I do not know what prompted her to moot the idea of signing a nuclear deal with Pakistan mimicking a deal already in force with India. India is not a non-government like Pakistan is. There is total disorder in Pakistan and terrorism outfits are flourishing in their activity creating mayhem amongst civilian population. Though Pakistan may seek parity with India ( as it always does!), US needs to understand that such a situation does not exist. It has to be reminded to the US, that it was late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who started Nuclear Non-Proliferation in the region. Now, there is no such situation with Pakistan! In fact, Nuclear Proliferation in North Korea, Iran or Libya – have a Pakistan connection.

Rise of extremism and constant threat of military rule in Pakistan does not warrant any access to nuclear equipment by way of a nuclear deal. US should use its proximity with Pakistan to squash all terrorist groups in Pakistan. And that does mean that any nuclear deal would be foolish aberration!


About Raman Ramamurthy

I am a Management consultant, an avid reader, play Lawn tennis in my leisure time and love Music. Presently, I am settled in India along with my wife and my son.


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