Hizbul Chief Threatens Nuclear War Between India, Pakistan

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Islamabad: The Pakistan government has yet again encouraged the terror chief to stoke the ongoing Kashmir unrest. Global terrorist and head of Hizbul Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin, has threatened a nuclear war on India over the Kashmir issue.

Salahuddin, who tops the most wanted list of NIA, said that Pakistan is duty, morally, politically and constitutionally bound to provide support to the ongoing freedom struggle in Kashmir.

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Salahuddin, who is currently in Pakistan, said that if Pakistan supports Kashmir’s struggle for self determination then there is a great chance of a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.

“I can predict a fourth war with certainty because Kashmiris are no longer willing to compromise, come what may,” said Salahuddin. He added that regardless of the support from the world or UN, Kashmiris have pledged to fight till the last drop of their blood.

According to Salahuddin, Kashmiris reached the conclusion as they did not have any second option except armed jihad.  Commenting on the Modi government he said, “Centre is not giving any hope. What remains with Kashmir’s suppressed people is target-oriented armed struggle.”

The terror chief went on to say that if the present crisis is ignored or Pakistan’s efforts aren’t fruitful and India does not stop atrocities, a big incident can occur.

“Our base camp in liberated Azad Kashmir, and the Kashmiris from this side will announce the trampling of the bloody Line of Control. After that there will be no bloody line, no ceasefire line, no international rules and no consideration for the United Nations observers. Bleeding Kashmiris will come from that side, these Kashmiris will go from this side, and God willing a decision will take place on the bloody line,” said the terror supremo.

“God willing, all this is present. But there will be a new dimension now, which will prove very dangerous for India, God willing,” Salahuddin said.

 

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