Publish dateMonday 22 January 2024 - 00:23
Story Code : 284644
The future of relations with Afghanistan will not be too bright without action against Tehrik-e-Taliban Paksitan (TTP). Pakistan’s caretaker information and broadcasting minister, Murtaza Solangi, has said.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, “When it comes to the future of relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan, it squarely depends upon the behavior and actions of the interim government of Afghanistan that has not been recognized by any country in the world. If they continue harboring terrorists of different hues and shades, including TTP, I am afraid the future of those relationships is not too bright,” Solangi said in an interview with India’s WION news channel.
Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam political party chief, Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, has said that his country is facing pressures from both Afghanistan and India.
Speaking in an interview with Samaa TV, the politician said that Pakistan should address the problems wisely and in a responsible manner, not emotionally.
Pakistani officials have repeatedly accused Afghanistan of harboring militants. Kabul denies the allegations.
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