Taliban Mocks Pakistan By Sharing Pic Of 1971 War Surrender To India
Pakistan’s interior minister said that they’ll target Taliban militant group hideouts in Afghanistan. After that Taliban mocked Pakistan by sharing 1971 war picture.
According to the interim Taliban government in Afghanistan, the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTPrecent )’s speech regarding their presence in Afghanistan and potential attacks inside the country was “provocation and unfounded,” according to Pakistan’s interior minister Rana Sanaullah.
Ahmad Yasir, the leader of the Taliban and the deputy prime minister, also made fun of Pakistan by posting a picture of Islamabad giving up to India following their 1971 war.
“Pakistan’s interior minister! Fantastic, Sir! The Kurds in Syria are not being targeted by Turkey in Afghanistan, Syria, or Pakistan.
Afghanistan is where magnificent empires have been buried. Think twice before attacking us militarily; otherwise, the military pact with India would be shamefully repeated, Yasir warned.
The claims, in Afghanistan’s view, harm the friendly ties between the two bordering and comradely nations.
Rana Sanaullah, the interior minister of Pakistan, recently declared that Pakistan would attack TTP hideouts in Afghanistan.
When these issues arise, Islamabad will target these hideouts within Afghanistan, the Pakistani minister had stated.
“When these difficulties arise, we first ask Afghanistan, our Islamic brother country, to remove these hideouts and give over these persons to us,” the minister had said.
Despite evidence suggesting that the (TTP) centers are within Pakistan, the Pakistani government, according to the Taliban-run Defense Ministry, makes similar allegations.
The Taliban-led Ministry issued a statement on its official website that read, “We request that any issues and disputes be resolved via understanding.
According to the statement, “Afghanistan is not without its owner. As always, we are prepared to protect the territorial integrity and sovereignty of our homeland, and it is noteworthy that we have better expertise than anyone in protecting and safeguarding our country.”