On a day when the Donald Trump administration told Pakistan to take ‘decisive action’ against terror groups, Islamabad’s nuclear war warning has hit global headlines.“The stability of the South Asian region hangs in a delicate balance, and the possibility of nuclear war cannot be ruled out,” Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Nasser Khan Janjua was quoted as saying by Pakistani media.He also accused the US for siding with India and said that New Delhi was ‘stockpiling a range of dangerous weapons as it threatens Pakistan continuously of conventional warfare.’Janjua was speaking at the “National Security Policy – Vision for Pakistan” that was organized by the Center for Global & Strategic Studies.On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump unveiled America’s new National Security Strategy and told Islamabad to take “decisive action” against terrorist groups operating from its soil.”We have made clear to Pakistan that while we desire continued partnership, we must see decisive action against terrorist groups operating on their territory. And we make massive payments every year to Pakistan. They have to help,” Trump said in his remarks as he announced his NSS.

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Can’t rule out nuclear war in South Asia, says Pakistan