Pakistani Horn has more nuclear bombs than India: Daniel 8

Pakistan has more nuclear bombs than India, find new list of weapons of mass destruction

March 27, 2021

– Russia has the highest number of 6,257 nuclear bombs in the world

New Delhi date Saturday, March 27, 2021

The world’s new list of weapons of mass destruction has made an important revelation about nuclear weapons. According to a new report by the Federation of American Scientists, a US organization that monitors nuclear weapons, India has fewer nuclear bombs than Pakistan.

Pakistan has more nuclear bombs

According to a report by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), Pakistan has 5 more nuclear bombs than India. Reportedly, Pakistan currently has 165 nuclear bombs while India has 160 nuclear bombs. From 1985 to 1990, nuclear weapons competed in the world and in 5 years it became the world’s largest nuclear weapon. However, world nuclear weapons production has declined since the Cold War. According to the report, in 1986 there were 70,300 nuclear weapons worldwide, which decreased to 13,100 in 2021.

Russia has the largest number of nuclear weapons

According to the FAS, Russia currently has the world’s largest nuclear arsenal. Russia currently has 6,257 nuclear bombs, with 1,600 deployed. Russia has reserved 4,497 bombs.

The United States currently has 5,550 nuclear bombs, with 1,800 deployed and 3,800 reserved. France ranks third and Britain fourth in the case of active nuclear bombs.

According to the list, China currently has 350 nuclear bombs, followed by France with 290 atomic bombs and Britain with 195 atomic bombs. However, the report casts doubt on the number of atomic bombs in China. Pakistan is followed by Britain, India is followed by 160 nuclear bombs.

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