Latest News / Kabul – Afghan Taliban rejected India Afghanistan strategic partnership agreement saying deals inked amidst occupation of the country have no legal and national status, E Pakistan News Reported.
Relying to written questions sent by Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) through email, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the strategic agreements signed by Hamid Karzai government has no legal status. Below are the answers of the email interview of Zabihullah Mujahid.
According the interview of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid. He said that “We clearly say that such talks and agreements have no legal and national status.
In the light of national and international principals, any kind of deal made by a puppet administration during occupation of a country is execrable under the law and unacceptable to the nation”.
He added that “Actually negotiations and understanding with a powerless and fallen administration restricted to Kabul City and directly controlled from US embassy, Bagram Airbase and Pentagon cannot give any positive results.
The administration who says that they would no more hold talks with Taliban and start negotiations with Pakistan is making efforts for the establishment of permanent US bases and lasting presence of [foreign force].
Neither the Islamic Emirate neither is ready to accept this dirty plan nor such talks nor is reconciliation a logical way. Now, the rival side is trying to keep this issue alive in the media on one pretext to the other”.
On responding a question he said that “The US and NATO have occupied our country and instead of bring an end to their occupation and take a practical step, the Americans are busy in creating unending problems for Afghans, damage the structure of united Afghanistan, and leveling ground for their permanent bases through artificial Jirgas.
Talks cannot yield as results in such a suppressing situation. Solution to the issue lying in the withdrawal of foreign forces, accepting and respecting the national integrity of Afghans, their national and religious values by the Americans”.
He also said that “This government and peace council has no power and capability to hold talks on such a key issue.
You can see, when US General Mike Mullen leveled allegation against Pakistan on the basis of his groundless claims, officials of the Kabul regime also raised the General Mullen`s statement under a plan.
Their claims that they want to hold peace talks with Pakistan instead of Taliban is also the continuity of Mullen`s allegations. It also shows that this administration does not have its own voice rather a loudspeaker used by others”.
He added more that “Afghan war will be ended only, when the foreign forces leave Afghanistan and give a chance to Afghans to install their own choice of Islamic and national government.