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Pakistan denies Afghan accusations over Taliban war

Pakistan denies Afghan accusations over Taliban war

Pakistan, Islamabad News: Pakistan has rejected the remarks from the Afghan army chief accusation that it could end the 12 year conflict in Afghanistan within weeks.

Foreigner Ministry sources told that “The allegations that Pakistan ‘controls’ the Taliban and has ‘unleashed’ them on Afghanistan have no basis. We reject them categorically,”

Afghan Army chief , General Sher Mohammad Karimi said “US has not started drone attacks on their own,” arguing that Islamabad had “given the lists” of militants it wants taken out.

He also told that “The drones are used against those Taliban who are part of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). The drones are never used against Haqqani or Afghan Taliban,”

“That’s why that’s one of the issues when I’m saying that the peace to Afghanistan can come if us and Pakistan both will desire to have peace. Peace is in the hands of the US and Pakistan and Afghanistan.”

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