North Korea claims successful Hydrogen bomb experiments

North Korea declares that they have successfully  conducted Nuclear experiment, and this would be their fourth nuclear experimentation since 2006.

The tremors was detected nearby nuclear sites at Punggye-ri which is the manifestation of conducting a nuclear test and it came out that the intensity of jolts is 5.1.

North Korea alleges “North Korea took initiative of testing hydrogen bomb which is competitively more power than an atomic bomb” but experts doubt their sanity.

Previously North Korea had conducted these experiments and declared;

October 2002: North Korea initiates top secret nuclear weapon programme.

October 2006: North Korea conducts nuclear experiments

May 2009: Second secret nuclear programme launched.

February 2013: North Korea conducts another nuclear experimentation.

May 2015: Pyongyang claims to have tested a submarine-launched missile, which are more difficult to detect than conventional devices

January 2016: North Korea successfully conducts hydrogen bomb experiments.

Quake epicentre north-east of the country, some 50km (30 miles) from Kilju city, near Punggye-ri. at (01:30 GMT) was detected.

Surprising statements raised against the experimentation and  a newsreader on North Korean state TV said: “Hydrogen bomb experimentation is Successful conducted by North Korea performed at 10:00 am on January 6, 2016.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un declares Pyongyang had developed a hydrogen bomb but expert doubts their capabilities of conducting an experiment.

In the event that affirmed, it would mean Pyongyang is determined to seeking after its atomic system with little respect for the major political and discretionary costs that will unavoidably go with this unwelcome advancement, says Dr John Nilsson-Wright of Asia Program at Chatham House.

Hours before the seismic movement, South Korean media reported that Pyongyang had test-let go a ballistic rocket from a submarine in late December. It is indistinct whether the test was effective or not.

In May a year ago, North Korea asserted it had effectively dispatched a rocket from a submarine.

Solid response began pouring in after the North Korean declaration of the hydrogen bomb test, with South Korea saying it was a genuine test to worldwide peace and an infringement of UN Security Council resolutions.

The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said it was a danger to Japan’s wellbeing and couldn’t go on without serious consequences.

The US approached North Korea to comply with its worldwide responsibilities and commitments saying it would react to incitements.

After past tests, the global group has reacted with monetary and political assents.


With this regard UN security council holds an emergency meeting. White house criticised North Korea’s experimentation of Hydrogen bomb but stopped as their capabilities are not enough convincing.

Right after the detection of intense tremors North Korea declares that they have conducted an Hydrogen bomb test. The experimentation is not confirmed yet but if this happens than it would give rise the geopolitical tensions.


CTBT monitors these kind of activities , smells a fish , says “confirmed their was a weird event”.

North Korea is as of now under injuring sanctions attributable to prior atomic tests. On the off chance that the most recent test is observed to be fruitful, the UN is prone to force crisp authorizes further disengaging the cryptic country.

An announcement from the White House read: “We know about seismic movement on the Korean promontory in the region of a known North Korean atomic test site and have seen Pyongyang’s cases of atomic test. While we can’t affirm these cases as of now, we censure any infringement of UN Security Council Resolutions and again approach North Korea to maintain its universal commitments and duties.”

Eyewitnesses are additionally inquisitive how China, a solid associate of North Korea, reacts to its most recent activities. Beijing picked unforgiving words to denounce the prior atomic test in 2013.

Japan was among the first nations to rapidly rebuff Pyongyang over the affirmed test. Leader Shinzo Abe told correspondents Tokyo can’t endure another atomic test from North Korea and guaranteed Japan would react fittingly.

Not long after the reports rose around a seismic tremor, an official proclamation read on state-run TV, KCTV said: “The DPRK’s  first hydrogen atomic weapon test was effectively led at 10 in the morning.”

The TV moderator included: “The US has accumulated strengths antagonistic to DPRK and raised an offensive human rights issue to block DPRK’s improvement…It is just to have H-bomb as self-preservation against the US having various and humongous atomic weapons. The DPRK’s destiny must not be ensured by any powers but rather DPRK itself”