A petition meant to prevent an accidental nuclear war between India and Pakistan because of “misunderstood UFO activities” has the endorsement of some prominent people.
Sabir Hussain, leader of the Indian Society for UFO Studies, filed the petition with the India’s Supreme Court, urging steps to prevent nuclear attacks that might mistakenly be launched when UFO activity is interpreted as an enemy operation.
Among the people who have backed Hussain’s petition:
- Luis Elizondo, former Defense Department official, AATIP (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) director and current director of global security for To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences Luis Elizondo
- Robert Salas, former U.S. Air Force Missile Launch Control officer
- Dr. Hal Puthoff, lead investigator for AATIP
- Stan Friedman, nuclear physicist
- Gary Heseltine, creator of the British police UFO Database
- Officials from France, Peru and Chile involved in their countries’ UFO studies
A summary report on medium.com includes a reference to a 1995 document called the Rockefeller Briefing Document that urges an end to government secrecy regarding UFOs. The document was produced by the Center for UFO Studies, the Fund for UFO Research and the Mutual UFO Network.
In his call for more open communication, Hussain cites developments during the U.S.-USSR Cold War, and how a treaty worked between the two superpowers. Hussain asserts that the dangers of escalation are greater now between India and Pakistan than they were at the height of the Cold War.
Hussain cites three UFO sightings:
- Sept. 17, 2017: A UFO near the Indian Parliament
- June 7, 2018: A UFO near the Indian Prime Minister’s residence
- July 26, 2019: UFO sightings near Isro Propulsion Research Centre in Mahendragiri in Southern Tamil Nadu
Interesting information from the 1960 NICAR report is also summarized in the YouTube video.