Former Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has dominated out any chance of a battle happening between two nuclear powers India and Pakistan, saying that "within the occasion of a full scale battle, India could need to lose greater than Pakistan". Replying to questions from Rajat Sharma in 'Aap Ki Adalat' present telecast Saturday evening on India TV, Mehbooba Mufti stated, "There may be not going to be a battle between two nuclear powers. God forbid, if there’s a nuclear conflagration, most of us is not going to survive. Even when there’s a battle, there can be losses on either side, however our losses can be heavier, as a result of we’re an even bigger nation. We’re a affluent nation and now we have a lot to lose. Pakistan has nothing a lot to lose." The previous J&Ok chief minister believes that "as a substitute of a battle, some quantity of "guttham-gutthi" (shut struggle) could happen on the border and it might be flashed within the night on TV to indicate that now we have received. There can’t be a battle. Take this from me in writing."