Pakistan Taliban Help: President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani has said that Pakistan is helping Taliban. He has said these things in front of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani slams Pakistan
Pakistan Supports Taliban: Amidst the growing threat of Taliban, the war of words between Pakistan and Afghanistan continues. Now Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is furious at Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and the army there for supporting the Taliban. He told an international summit held in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, that more than 10,000 jihadist fighters from Pakistan have entered Afghanistan in the last month.
According to the Kabul Times report, when Ghani said these things at the Central and South Asia Regional Contact Conference on Friday, Imran Khan was also present there. “It has been repeatedly assured by Prime Minister Imran Khan and his general that Taliban occupation of Afghanistan is not in Pakistan’s interest,” Ghani said. He talked about using his power to bring Taliban to the negotiating table but could not (Pakistan Afghanistan Latest News). And now organizations supporting the Taliban are openly celebrating the destruction of the Afghan people and the country’s property.
Vice President also furious on Pakistan
The President said that Afghanistan is ready to take on the Taliban and its supporters until they realize that a political solution is the only way forward (Pakistan Helps Taliban). Earlier on Thursday, the country’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh said that Pakistan’s army is threatening the Afghan Air Force with missile strikes. Pakistan’s army has said that if Afghan soldiers try to drive the Taliban out of the Spin Boldak area, then Pakistan will retaliate against them.
Imran Khan denies the allegations
Pakistan has always been accused of helping the Taliban and spreading terror in Afghanistan. A day before this, Imran Khan had said that it is not right to hold Pakistan responsible for what is happening in Afghanistan and whatever the Taliban is doing (Afghanistan Slams Pakistan). Significantly, the war in Afghanistan has been going on for 20 years and now foreign troops are withdrawing. The Taliban is seeing the withdrawal of foreign troops as its victory and is taking over the country.
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