MUZAFFARABAD:  Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salahuddin has warned Indian troops for their atrocities against Kashmiri people and warned that if they did not stop the massacre of Kashmiris, he would train more Kashmiri suicide bombers to take Kashmiris freedom  struggles outside of Kashmir.

Justifying the use of suicide bombers, Salahuddin said, "If soldiers from Andhra Pradesh, Madras, Assam, Nagaland, Haryana, Bihar and Delhi violate the sanctity of our houses, we are compelled and justified to carry out a suicide attack."

"The Kashmiri leadership, people and mujahideen should know there is no formal, peaceful way," said Salahuddin in an interview at his office in Baila Noor Shah Area of Muzaffarabad.

Salahuddin, who dismissed talks as futile, insisted that there was no solution to Kashmir except militancy, by launching a ‘target-oriented armed struggle’. He also called for the Indian government to recognise Kashmir as a disputed area, without which talks could not be held. 

"The death of Burhan Wani marked a critical phase for the movement in Kashmir. If you do not accept it as an issue, then what is the need for dialogue," he asked. "We will have to display our might," Salahuddin said.