Publish dateThursday 22 December 2022 - 16:52
Story Code : 262737
Zardari tells IEA banned TTP is Pakistan’s ‘red line’
Pakistan’s media outlets reported that, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister says it has been communicated to Afghanistan that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is Pakistan’s red line.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, “The Afghan Taliban (Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan) have been told that our (Pakistan and Afghanistan) ties will not remain fine if the TTP is not stopped,” Bilawal said while speaking to the media at the Pakistani embassy in Washington.
An increase in the number of militant attacks in Pakistan has put Islamabad on high alert with the most recent having been the Bannu hostage crisis, which sparked an outcry in the country.
Since the start of this year, over 120 policemen have been killed and more than 125 wounded in various attacks on the police force in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan’s media reported.
Bilawal meanwhile said Pakistan is willing to provide assistance to Afghanistan for operations against militants but it cannot be ignored if it was proved that the IEA are not stopping the TTP.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s leaders also pledged before the US and the entire world to take action against militant groups on Afghan soil, Bilawal added.
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