ISLAMABAD Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo Thursday warned that the Kashmir dispute required attention by the international community, and in case of any failure to resolve the issue, atomic war between Pakistan and India could not be ruled out. During a meeting of National Assembly Standing Committee on Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan at the Parliament House, Wattoo said Pakistan and the whole world were perturbed over the prevailing situation in the Occupied Valley. He said the latest indigenous movement had received attention of the world, especially the European countries, adding the New Delhi should stop committing the gruesome violations of human rights. Talking about the economic potential of the region, he said G-B had a potential of producing 40,000MW while the country was experiencing a shortfall of only 5,000MW. The meeting was also informed that the federal govt was providing 100,000 tons of wheat to the people of G-B at subsidised rates. The MPs were told that wheat was stocked by the end of October every year, to ensure sufficient supply during the winter season. The committee directed the quarters concerned to avoid wheat shortage even in the remote areas.