Syed Salahuddin, chief of terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen has threatened of a nuclear war against India if Kashmir issue is not resolved.
While addressing media in Karachi, Salahuddin said that there is a possibility that a nuclear war between India and Pakistan with Kashmir issue being the bone of connotation.
He reminded Islamabad of its “responsibility” and said that Pakistan is “duty bound” to provide concrete and substantial support to the ongoing ‘freedom struggle’ in Kashmir.
He further reminded the two countries that three wars have already been fought over Kashmir and said added one can predict the fourth war with certainty as Kashmiris are no longer willing to ‘compromise’.
Salahuddin then drew attention to the ongoing violence in Kashmir and warned the international community that if they did not pay heed to it, Kashmiris from both sides would be forced to ‘take things into their own hands’.
He concluded by saying that the days ahead for India are “very dangerous” and warned of a new dimension to Hizbul’s fight.