Afghan Govt’s tit-for-tat move with Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – In a bid to respond Pakistan’s demands of handing over terrorists, Afghanistan ambassador in the country has on Monday handed over a list of ‘wanted’ terrorist hiding in Pakistan.

The Spokesperson to the Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs, Sediq Sediqqui wrote on his official Twitter handle, “AFG Ambassador in Islamabad handed AFG Ambassador in Islamabad handed over a list of 85 Taliban&Haqaani leaders, 32 terrorist training camps exist in Pakistan, awaits actions!.”

He further mentioned that Afghan government and the people are demanding immediate action against the Taliban and terrorist groups operating on Afghan land from Pakistan.

“AFG gov&people demand immediate actions against 85Taliban&Haqqani leaders&32 Terr training camps in Pak which is behind all terror attacks n AFG,” he added.

Last week, Pakistan army had demanded Afghanistan hand over 76 terrorists after a deadly suicide attack that killed 83 people and injuring over 300 people at the shrine of Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan.

“Afg Embassy officials called in GHQ. Given a list of 76 Ts hiding in Afg. Asked to take immediate action / be handed over to Pakistan,” DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor had written on Twitter.

Afghanistan rejected Pakistan’s stance that the suicide attack was masterminded from Islamabad soil.

The presidential palace said in statement Afghanistan has proven its honesty in fighting terrorism and now it is Pakistani’s turn to destroy safe havens on its soil.

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