India’s No First Use Nuclear Policy

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"Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds", said scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the credited father of the atomic bomb after developing the disastrous nuclear energy which every nation wants to lay their hands on to prove the world they are not inferior to anybody when the comparison is related to the atomic power. 

It is ironic of making power to safe ourselves but destroying our neighborhood, avoiding the fact that the roots of a nation to the one on his side would act similarly too, simultaneously. Ironic is also how such atomic powers are developed, been worked upon and used as a defense to not let the opponent promote or follow injustice and war. Ironic on how the soldiers who pledge to save the nation have to sacrifice their own lives for the safety of all. Ironic on how the country with most harmful weapons is called the strongest and not the one which believes in peace because ultimately "peace" is the aim of all. 

 

There are various types of countries depending on their size, culture, policies, etc. but the one type that has everybody's eye upon it is the "no first use policy of nuclear weapons" because that is an important factor to know how safe they are. 

There are various types of countries depending on their size, culture, policies, etc. but the one type that has everybody's eye upon it is the "no first use policy of nuclear weapons" because that is an important factor to know how safe they are. 

 

 

"No first use policy", is a parent with responsibilities and the "revised thought to use it" is an advanced parent who knows that the other parent would do anything to support his child and so the former doesn't want to leave any stone unturned in at least letting the world be informed that he too isn't afraid to step forward for his child, the nation. The question here that rises is which parent, the nation would want to educate or influence the minds of its child, citizens with the thought of protecting themselves by destroying others and not saving humankind? 

The pilots of "Fat Man" and "Little Boy" after dropping the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki left their profession and were astonished when they looked after the destruction and said, "My God, what have we done?", is a proof and lesson of how the strongest, most powerful humans accepted the fact that there is nothing strong in making somebody else weak. 

 

 

Gandhi and Bhagat Singh both fought by non-violence and violence respectively but the "Father of the Nation" is the former because the world gives more preference to not the powerlessness of weapon of him but his ideology of not harming one's right to life more.

 

Soumya Sharma

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