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Hamid Karzai lashed out at Imran Khan, keep his mouth shut, Pakistani PM insulting Afghans


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Imran Khan, who is giving knowledge to the world on the issue of Afghanistan, has now come under attack from former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai. Former President Hamid Karzai has said that Islamabad should not interfere in the internal affairs of Kabul. The statement came in response to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks about the ongoing political situation in the war-torn nation as well as the threat posed by Pakistan.

Afghan media has given this information. Addressing the 17th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Islamabad on Sunday, Khan had said IS would become a threat if the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan did not have the capability to fight terrorism. He also said that Afghanistan is heading towards anarchy.

‘IS has been threatening Afghanistan from Pakistan from the very beginning’
In response, Karzai said that the allegation was not true, Tolo News reported. He said that IS has been threatening Afghanistan from Pakistan from the very beginning. The former leader said in a statement that these comments were not true, and were propaganda against Afghanistan. From the very beginning, Afghanistan has been facing the threat of Daesh from Pakistan.

Khan has accused the former Afghan government of corruption. Karzai said that the Pakistan government should stop interfering in Afghanistan’s affairs and stop talking on behalf of Kabul at international events. He also said that such remarks insult the people of Afghanistan. In this meeting of Islamic countries, Imran Khan also called for religion to help the Taliban.

It is our religious responsibility to help Afghanistan: Pakistan PM
The Pakistani PM said that if the world does not intervene, then the biggest human-made crisis will arise in Afghanistan. He said that it is our religious responsibility to help Afghanistan. The 17th special session of the Council of Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan began in Islamabad on Sunday.

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