Leader of the terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen, Sayeed Salahudeen on Monday threatened to wage a nuclear war against India over the Kashmir issue.
“Pakistan is duty, morally, politically, constitutionally bound to provide substantial support to ongoing freedom struggle in Kashmir. And if Pak provides
this support, there is a great chance of a nuclear war between two powers,” Salahudeen said in a statement today.
Asserting that a ‘4th war’ with India is inevitable because ‘Kashmiris are no longer willing to compromise’, he said that, “Whether world or Pakistan supports or not; UN performs duty or not,
Kashmiris have pledged to fight up to last drop of their blood. Kashmiris have reached this conclusion that they have no second option except armed jihad.”
Pointing out towards PM Modi, the Hizbul chief said that, “Modi Govt not giving any leeway. What remains with Kashmiri suppressed people is target-oriented armed struggle.”
“God willing, all this is present. But there will be a new dimension now, which will prove very dangerous for India, God willing,” he added.
Threatening of a major attack Salahudeen said, “If internationally this is ignored, or Pak’s efforts aren’t fruitful & India doesn’t stop atrocities, a big incident can occur.”