Kashmir will be bathed in blood, India will be attacked with nuclear weapons, and it will be the end of more than a million people
Those were the strong statements of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. The concern lies in a conflict with India, over the territory known as Kashmir.
The statements came after India lifted the curfew it had placed on Kashmir. The Pakistani minister assured that "it will be a bloodbath" when people start to leave.
War between Pakistan and India
Pakistan and India are nuclear weapons powers. The conflicts became a problem when it was decided to withdraw the special status of Kashmir, with a Muslim majority. This status allowed them to have their own constitution and to be governed by their own laws in a large part of political decisions.
When the curfew is lifted, at least 900,000 soldiers will withdraw from Kashmir, sparking potential unrest and trouble. Pakistan considers that this act is a provocation of conflicts against the Muslim population that inhabits the region.
However, the international community is concerned that Pakistan decides to attack India with nuclear weapons. It would not be the first time, since there have been two wars (1947 and 1965) leaving thousands of victims.
Now, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan assured that they will have to fight for freedom or wait for death.
"What will we do? I ask myself this question and we will fight. When a nuclear-armed country fights to the end, it will have consequences far beyond borders," Khan said.
Hours later, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the UN meeting, but did not respond to what the Pakistani government had said. However, he accused Pakistan of supporting terrorist groups in Kashmir territory.
Kashmir is not a quiet place to live. The territory is claimed by India, Pakistan and China. However, China has not been involved in the conflict.