Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations: Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif claimed on Saturday (July 15) that terrorists who have been responsible for the bloodshed in his country find refuge in Afghanistan. has been.
He said that Pakistan will no longer tolerate this. Asif said, ‘‘Afghanistan is not performing the duty of being a neighboring country and is not following the Doha Agreement. Fifty to six million Afghans have got shelter in Pakistan for 40 to 50 years with all rights.’’
Statement of Pak Defense Minister on Afghanistan
Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khwaja Asif said that terrorists who shed the blood of Pakistanis can find shelter on Afghan soil. This type of situation cannot go on any longer. Pakistan will use all its resources to protect its soil and its citizens.
Pakistani army had warned Afghanistan a day ago to stop terrorist attacks in Pakistan. A day after this, the Defense Minister has given a non-performing statement regarding Afghanistan.
Afghanistan is not fulfilling the right of being a neighbor and a brother country, nor is it upholding the treaty. 50/60 lakh Afghans get shelter in Pakistan for 40/50 years with all rights. In contrast to this, the traitors who shed the blood of Pakistanis are given refuge in the Afghan land by Egypt. This form…
— Khawaja M. Asif (@KhawajaMAsif) July 15, 2023
There is anger in Pakistan after 12 soldiers were killed in two terrorist incidents on July 13 in Balochistan. A group of Pakistani Taliban terrorists has claimed responsibility for the attack. Pakistani Defense Minister had also tweeted expressing anger against Afghanistan.
Pak Army Chief Asim Munir visits Quetta Garrison
Earlier, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir visited Quetta Garrison and inquired about the health of soldiers injured in Zhob terror attack. Took information about Officials said that TTP hideouts are located in Afghanistan and hoped that the Afghan government would not allow its territory to be used against other countries.
A spokesman for the media wing of the army urged the Afghan interim administration to ensure the implementation of the Doha Agreement. The armed forces also expressed concern over the involvement of Afghan civilians in terrorist attacks in Pakistan.
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