Taliban in Afghanistan: Pakistan has been stunned on these serious allegations of Afghanistan. These allegations have been denied by the statement issued by the Pakistan Foreign Department.
Taliban fighters with flags and weapons in hand (AFP)
Taliban in Afghanistan: Taliban has started creating ruckus in Afghanistan. In the midst of increasing supremacy over the entire country, the Taliban has started to drive out the Afghan army. Common people are also living in the shadow of fear. Meanwhile, once again the nefarious intentions of Pakistan have come to the fore. Afghanistan has alleged that Pakistan is helping Taliban fighters on the border. (Afghanistan claims Pakistan Air Force air support to Taliban PAF denied providing)
Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh had alleged that the Pakistani Air Force was providing air support to Taliban fighters in the border areas of Chaman and Spin Boldak. However, Pakistan on Friday denied these allegations. Pakistan’s Foreign Department issued a statement saying, “Such statements will deal a blow to the efforts of the Afghan leadership to find a solution to the problem.”
Afghan Vice President said this
Afghanistan’s Vice President Saleh tweeted, ‘Pakistan Air Force has issued an official warning to the Afghan Army and Air Force. He was told that any attempt to remove the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area would be repulsed by the Pakistan Air Force. Pak Air Force is currently providing air support to Taliban in some areas.
Fierce clash between Taliban and Afghan army in Kandahar
For the past few days, a fierce battle is going on between the Afghan army and the Taliban in Spin Boldak, Kandahar. The Taliban have captured several districts in Afghanistan in the past several weeks. It is believed that he captured one third of the country. The situation in Afghanistan is getting worse day by day amid the withdrawal of American troops.
Pakistan accepts Afghanistan’s offer
Pakistan on Friday accepted the request of the Afghan government to run the Chaman sector air operation near the border. However, internationally such operations are not performed by any other countries. The Pakistan Foreign Department said that taking care of the safety of its soldiers and population, Pakistan will take necessary steps. Pakistan has also said that 40 Afghan soldiers who fled the battlefield last week have been safely rescued. They will soon be handed over to Afghanistan with full honours.
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