Sunday, September 4th, 2016

Will send suicide bombers to Kashmir: Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin

Narada Desk | September 4, 2016 7:19 pm Print
Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin cautioned to turn Kashmir "a graveyard for Indian forces", adding militancy is the only solution for Kashmir crisis

The outlawed chief of Hizbul Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin on Saturday warned India of more attacks in an attempt to foil peace talks between Centre and protesters.

Syed Salahuddin is considered as the most dreaded terrorist in Kashmir. In his statement to media, he threatened to send an army of suicide bombers to Kashmiri in an attempt to turn the beautiful valley into “a graveyard for Indian forces”, in the state.

He added that he will also spread the militancy outside Kashmir. Terming the ongoing peace talks in Kashmir as as futile, Salahuddin made it clear that militancy is the only solution for Kashmir crisis.

“The Kashmiri leadership, people and mujahideen should know there is no formal, peaceful way, ” he stated. He added that he will also spread the militancy outside Kashmir.

Terming the ongoing peace talks in Kashmir as as futile, Salahuddin made it clear that militancy is the only solution for Kashmir crisis.

“The Kashmiri leadership, people and mujahideen should know there is no formal, peaceful way, ” he stated.

He added, the only available option is to “launch a target-oriented armed struggle”, in an interview given to Times of India at Muzaffarabad of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

His statement is timed, ahead of peace talks scheduled between a delegation of Indian political parties and protesters. The central team will be headed by teh home minister Rajnath Singh to find a solution for the on going violence in the valley.

Salahuddin, currently leads the United Jihad Council, a terror alliance added the Kashmiri protests have reached a significant phase , floowing the killing of popular Hizbul militant Burhan Wani.

He alleged following the gruesome murder of Wani by Army, there was a not a single day without curfew. “These sacrifices will not go in vain. The more they resort to use of force, the more they strengthen the movement of separatists and freedom fighters,” he was reported as saying to ToI.

Talks are not possible without India accepting Kashmir as a disputed territory. “If you do not accept it as an issue, then what is the need for dialogue,” he said. “We will have to display our might,” he added, cautioning Hizbul’s “struggle” would spread to more regions and “take the entire region into its fold”.

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