Amrullah Saleh, the Vice President of Afghanistan, has given a befitting reply to Pakistani trollers by posting a picture of Pakistan’s surrender in the 1971 war.
Photo tweeted by Amrullah Saleh, Vice President of Afghanistan
Amrullah Saleh, the Vice President of Afghanistan, has recently taunted Pakistan through a tweet. Saleh posted a picture of Pakistan signing the Instrument of Surrender in 1971 after the Indo-Pakistani War on Twitter. During this, he said that there is no such picture in Afghanistan and such a picture will not be seen in the coming time.
Significantly, Afghanistan has been continuously saying that Pakistan has been giving refuge to the Taliban in its place. Because of this, his country is suffering a lot. The Afghan Vice President tweeted, “Dear Pakistani Twitter trollers, Taliban and terrorism is not going to heal the hurt you get from this picture. Find other ways to do this. Yes, yesterday I was shaken for a second because a rocket blew over us and landed a few meters away. He was talking about the attacks in Kabul on the day of Eid.
We don’t have such a picture in our history and won’t ever have. Yes, yesterday I flinched for a friction of a second as a rocket flew above & landed few meters away. Dear Pak twitter attackers, Talibn & terrorism won’t heal the trauma of this picture. Find other ways. pic.twitter.com/lwm6UyVpoh
— Amrullah Saleh (@AmrullahSaleh2) July 21, 2021
With 93000 soldiers, Pakistan kneeled before India
After the 1971 war, a new country in the form of Bangladesh came on the face of the world. During this, Pakistan had to publicly surrender to the combined forces of the Indian Army and the Mukti Bahini of Bangladesh. This was the largest surrender since World War II. After a 13-day war, Pakistan’s General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi, along with 93,000 soldiers, surrendered in Dhaka on 16 December and signed the surrender document.
Pakistan warns Afghanistan not to take back spin bowling
Amrullah Saleh has been continuously tweeting about the support of the Taliban by the Pakistan Army in the Spin Boldak area. Saleh tweeted on July 15, a day before the Taliban attack killed Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui in Spin Boldak, “If anyone is warned by Pak Air Force and Pak Army not to withdraw Spin Boldak from Afghanistan.” If my tweet is in doubt, then I am ready to give proof. Afghan planes were warned to retreat or face air strikes 10 km from Spin Boldak.
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