Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that India has no other option but to leave Afghanistan and flee. His statement has come after India’s expulsion of its employees from Kandahar.
Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed (File Photo)
The stir in Pakistan has intensified since the Taliban continued to take lead in Afghanistan. During this, Pakistani leaders are also engaged in spewing venom against India while speaking on issues related to Afghanistan. In this episode, Pakistan’s Home Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has spoken bitterly about the expulsion of India’s employees from Kandahar, Afghanistan. Sheikh Rashid said, India had no option but to flee from Afghanistan. He claimed, India is sowing seeds of terror against Pakistan from the soil of Afghanistan.
At the same time, India has rejected these baseless allegations of Pakistani Home Minister. Sheikh Rashid said, at present India has become a laughing stock within Afghanistan. He said, India has encouraged terrorism against Pakistan by staying in Afghanistan for the last 40 years. India now has no choice but to leave Afghanistan or run away. He said that Pakistan is located in such a place that no one can ignore it whether it is China or America. However, the Pakistani minister did not say how his country is engaged in fostering terror.
Pakistani leaders are constantly making rhetoric against India
Sheikh Rashid said that now the Taliban has become new and well behaved. He said it was important for the entire region to resolve its issues with the Taliban through dialogue. With the Taliban coming to power in Afghanistan, Pakistani leaders have become furious and are constantly speaking against India. Pakistan’s President and Prime Minister Imran Khan has spewed poison on India. Imran Khan, who seems very happy with the departure of US forces from Afghanistan, had recently said that India is the biggest loser in the US Army’s exit from Afghanistan.
Captured 85 percent of Afghanistan: Taliban
Significantly, the US has set a timeline to get its troops out of Afghanistan by September 11. American soldiers are rapidly trying to leave the country. Apart from this, soldiers from countries like Germany, Australia are also leaving Afghanistan. In such a situation, the Taliban is rapidly engaged in capturing Afghanistan. The Taliban claims it controls 85 percent of Afghanistan. Apart from this, the areas bordering the international borders of the country have also been captured by the Taliban. At the same time, there have also been reports of Afghan soldiers fleeing to neighboring countries.
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