How important is nuclear power?

Nuclear power – As I was writing this, I suddenly came across a Facebook post. The poster meant: ‘I was sitting holding an atom; Now the virus is frightening. “It simply came to our notice then. We have nuclear bombs coming near us to deal with the enemy, but now the virus is threatening us.

When it comes to nuclear, it is recalled that India conducted its two nuclear tests, Pokhran-1 and Pokhran-2, in May. The country’s first nuclear test was held on May 18 and the second test was held on May 11 and 13, respectively.

Even though India has nuclear power, our neighboring enemy Pakistan knows that India will never use nuclear weapons. Therefore, on his part, both open and covert attacks on India continue. A year after the second nuclear test, on May 18, India had to fight Pakistan in the Kargil war.

Ten years later, Mumbai was hit by a major terrorist attack. Since then, there have been a number of terrorist attacks on India, from Uri to Pulwama.

“It simply came to our notice then that India’s nuclear program did not intimidate Pakistan.” On the contrary, due to India’s nuclear capabilities, Pakistan has also become a nuclear-armed state. And when it comes to the peaceful use of nuclear energy and the peaceful use of nuclear energy, it seems that India has not made much progress in this regard either. India has yet to achieve significant success in generating electricity from nuclear power.

Many say nuclear testing may not be the right decision in a country that is going through a financial crisis. Many humanists argue that this is the opposite of our national consciousness, which sends a message of peace and harmony to the whole world. But, on the other hand, individuals who want to see India as a powerful nation have a different opinion. Indian defense expert K.S. According to Subramaniam, nuclear weapons are not ordinary weapons. India has proven through nuclear testing that India is one of the players in the world’s defense system and in Patiala.

Political analysts say that the then Indian government did so in order to create a favorable environment for the two nuclear tests.

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Such an experiment created a wave of patriotism in the country and created such an idea that the government was very strong. After the Pokhran-1 test, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and the Pokhran-2 test Atal Bihari Vajpayee softened their respective positions in one weak moment. After Pokhran-1, Indira Gandhi became the sole leader and declared a state of emergency a few days later. After Pokhran-2, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was able to bind a corrupt government.

War experts say the world will never see the frequency of nuclear war again. Because the human race has already found evidence of its dangers. “It simply came to our notice then. From that point of view, there is no practical value for such a power. Rather, the economic growth, cultural development, social upliftment of any nation will be the basis of its true power, now the coronavirus infection has taught us that the catastrophe for the entire human race can come in such a way that it has the nuclear capacity to deal with it.

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