Shah Mahmood Qureshi: Shah Mahmood Qureshi, known for his bigotry, has given an interview. In which he is seen defending the Taliban.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Shah Mahmood Qureshi on India: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who angered America and Saudi Arabia due to his bigotry, is once again in the news due to his statements. Irritated with India increasing diplomatic activities as part of the peace process in the backdrop of preparations for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, Pakistan says at times it feels that India’s presence in the war-ravaged country is “a little more than needed”. is.’
This remark of Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has come on Afghanistan’s news channel ‘Tolo’. It is noteworthy that on Tuesday itself, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar (S. Jaishankar) met US Special Representative for Afghanistan Peace Process Zalmay Khalilzad in Qatar’s capital Doha and exchanged views regarding the region (Shah Mahmood Qureshi Interview).
India’s presence overstated
In the interview aired on Saturday, Qureshi said, “Yes, you have sovereign relations and bilateral relations and you have every right to have sovereign and bilateral relations with India (Qureshi on India in Interview). You do business with India. They come here and do development work, we have no objection to all this. According to excerpts from the interview posted on the news channel’s Twitter handle, Qureshi said, “But sometimes we feel that his (India) presence is excessive why his…. The border doesn’t seem to be with you.
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Problem raised by India’s presence
Asked whether India’s presence in Afghanistan bothers Pakistan, Qureshi said, “Yes, if they (India) will use your (Afghanistan) land against us, then I have a problem with it.” Asked how India is using Afghan land against Pakistan, Qureshi alleged, “Yes, they are doing it, by carrying out terrorist activities.” Qureshi absolved the Taliban of responsibility for the violence in Afghanistan, saying holding the extremist group responsible for the bloody game would amount to exaggeration.
Qureshi defends Taliban
Qureshi said, ‘Again, if you are trying to create an image that the violence is because of the Taliban. Again it would be like exaggeration (Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Taliban). Why am I saying this? Aren’t there other elements who are doing something like this?’ Asked about the forces responsible for the violence, Qureshi said, “Forces like Daesh (terrorist group, Islamic Organization (IS)) are within Afghanistan. They benefit from the economy of war, those who want to increase their power, Those who are not able to look beyond their own interests and are running only after power.
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