Big News : Japan has given GreenLight to Indo – Japan Nuclear Deal, Big Win for Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi and NSG story is now going from a while as Prime Minister is pushing this very seriously as India wants to be a permanent member of Nuclear Supplier Group.

The benefits of being a member of NSG is that India can avail the technology of Nuclear Energy and can practice unrestricted transfer trade of Nuclear Material. The biggest objection was raised by China that India had not signed Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty and so they can’t be member legitimately.

India in answer to that started doing Bilateral talks with each country one on one. The first success came under Manmohan Singh when India signed a India – USA Nuclear Deal. Under the leadership of Narendra Modi India aggressively is in talks with Russia, France, Australia, Canada and Japan for doing similar agreements.

India – Russia already in a serious progress as 6 Nuclear Reactors at KundanKulam Nuclear Plant is running. India – Canada Agreement is also seriously moved forward as Canada agreed to supply tonnes of Nuclear Materials every year.

Recently Central Cabinet passed the order to make 10 Heavy Water Nuclear Reactor generating 7000 MWs of Electricity. All of this is clearing signalling that How aggressive India is in Clean Source of Nuclear Energy and To supply Power for expanding and Energy demanding India.

Japan on Wednesday did Incredible and it adds the feather in success story of Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe friendship.

Japan’s ruling party pushed a nuclear cooperation deal with India through the upper house of parliament, clearing the way for Japanese exports of materials and technology to the South Asian country.

The deal is surprising because India had not signed NPT, the accord which prohibits Countries from possessing Nuclear Weapons and related Technology except for five Nuclear States – USA, Russia, UK, France and China.

India stands to become the first nonsignatory to get access to Japanese nuclear technology.

As The Japanese Government passed the bill in his parliament it’s now a mere formality for Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe to officially announce it by ceremonial visit.

Japanese Government will now revised the relevant rules under Nuclear Regulation Authority.

This Indo – Japan Nuclear Deal will take effect, possibly by this summer. This Bilateral Framework demonstrates that the materials and technology supplied by Japan may only be used for peaceful purposes. It also requires India to accept inspections by International Atomic Energy Agency.

In addition the two countries have agreed that Japan will stop cooperating if India breaks its promise to suspend nuclear tests. India’s foreign minister made the pledge in 2008.

However it also clearly explains that India can do their testing of Nuclear Armed Missiles and Submarines which is unharmed explosion testing. India can’t do Nuclear usage to harm and that’s the red line which everyone has to maintain. India’s aim is to provide energy to the expanding demand of Indian Manufacturing, Services and Transportation. The deal offers hope for solving the severe power shortage that has accompanied rapid economic and population growth. The government aims to raise the country’s nuclear power generation capacity tenfold by 2032.

This is surely a magnificent accomplishment of India and It is surely a Representation of Strong Faith of Trust and Bondage of Friendship India and Japan bestows upon each other.

Abhishek Kumar