Six probable reasons why Pakistan cannot chose war against India

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Six probable reasons why Pakistan cannot chose war against India
Six probable reasons why Pakistan cannot chose war against India

New Delhi : Despite India's Air Strike on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Balakot and Pakistan's warning of a 'surprise', the latter cannot chose war against the former for five probable reasons.

1: Never won a war - Pakistan has never won a war against India when the two countries came face to face in 1948, 1965, 1971 and 1999. They would not want to face defeat once again.

2: Nuclear power - It is a known fact that India comes with a bigger nuclear bomb stock. Last week, Pakistan’s former army chief and president Pervez Musharraf admitted that if Pakistan hit India with one nuclear bomb, India could retaliate with 20 such bombs.

3: Diplomatic Ties - As compared to Pakistan, India has better diplomatic ties with the superpowers across the globe. India is capable of isolating Pakistan diplomatically in an event of war.

4: Army personnel count - While Indian armed forces have 1.4 million active personnel, Pakistan has approximately 6,17,000 armed forces personnel.

5: Democracy - With better democracy, India is capable of building consensus against any external aggression. 

6: Economic Situation - Everyone knows that Pakistan's economic condition is not very strong while India has an upper hand, making it able to sustain any war against Pakistan.