The decline in the number of nuclear bombs stopped after 30 years in the world, China-Pakistan are increasing weapons of destruction

SIPRI said that the total number of nuclear bombs in the world has decreased in the year 2021 compared to the year 2020, but the number of nuclear bombs in immediate use has increased significantly. In the year 2021, the nuclear-weapon states America, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea have a total of 13,080 nuclear bombs. In the year 2020, this figure was 13,400.

NEW DELHI: There is bad news for the world sitting on a pile of atomic bombs. According to the annual report of Sipri, the international organization that monitors nuclear weapons around the world, for the first time since the 1990s, the number of nuclear weapons in the world has stopped decreasing. The report says that nuclear-weapon states are not only making their nuclear weapons more lethal but also increasing their numbers. In the last year alone, India's arch-rivals China has made 30 new nuclear bombs and 'pauper' Pakistan has made 5 new nuclear bombs.

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SIPRI said that the total number of nuclear bombs in the world has decreased in the year 2021 compared to the year 2020, but the number of nuclear bombs in immediate use has increased significantly. In the year 2021, the nuclear-weapon states America, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea have a total of 13,080 nuclear bombs. In the year 2020, this figure was 13,400.

The report said that although the total number of nuclear bombs may have decreased, the number of nuclear weapons deployed with the military for immediate use has increased. In the year 2020, 3720 nuclear bombs were deployed, while in the year 2021, 3825 nuclear weapons are kept in a ready condition to attack anytime. Of the mega-destructive weapons kept on full alert, only 2000 nuclear bombs belong to Russia and America.

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SIPRI said in the latest report that the process of reducing nuclear bombs that began in the 1990s has now stopped. The US and Russia are constantly working to upgrade their nuclear weapons stockpile. Both countries have deployed 50 more nuclear bombs in perfect attack positions compared to last year. Russia has added 180 more nuclear warheads to its stockpile so that they can be deployed in missiles capable of hitting the US.

China-Pakistan are increasing the stock, India is giving competition

China, dreaming of ruling the world, has intensified the manufacture of nuclear weapons. China has made 30 new nuclear bombs over the last year. China's total number of nuclear bombs has now increased to 350. At the same time, Pakistan, which is going through the condition of a pauper, is spending money like water on nuclear weapons. Pakistan has made 5 new nuclear bombs in the last year. With this, it now has a total of 165 nuclear weapons.

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At the same time, India has also geared up to deal with both its enemies. India has also started increasing its arsenal of weapons. Last year India has made 6 new nuclear bombs. The total number of nuclear weapons with India has increased to 156. On the other hand, another Asian country, North Korea, has made 10 new nuclear bombs compared to last year. Dictator Kim Jong Un now has 40 to 50 nuclear bombs.

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