- Pakistan has openly admitted that we are the guardians of the Taliban who came to power in Afghanistan
- Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said on TV channel that we gave shelter to Taliban militants
- He also said that the Imran Khan government helped the Taliban leaders in every way.
Pakistan, which has helped the Taliban terrorists of Afghanistan and brought them to power, has openly admitted that we are the guardians of the Taliban. Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said on a TV channel that we have given refuge and education to Taliban militants in our country. He also said that the Imran Khan government has helped the Taliban leaders in every way, who have now come to power after 20 years.
Sheikh Rashid told Pakistan’s Hum News, ‘We are the guardians of the Taliban. We took care of them for a long time. They have got shelter, home and education in Pakistan. We did everything for them. The Pakistani Interior Minister has made this confession at a time when there is a demand for sanctions against Pakistan to help bring back the Taliban rule.
ISI chief on his way to Afghanistan
Not only this, now the chief of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI and a large number of Pakistani officers are going to Afghanistan where they will help reorganize the Taliban army. Not only this, Pakistan is now playing a big role in the formation of the new government in Afghanistan. It is believed that Pakistan’s special Haqqani network can get a prominent place in this government.
Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has termed the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan as an irresponsible and disorderly step. He said that if Western countries fail to communicate with the Taliban, a civil war could arise there. According to the report of Pakistan’s television news channel Geo News, Qureshi warned of possible chaos in Afghanistan and the threat of terrorism resurfacing. It also said that Pakistan’s concerns about ending the war in Afghanistan were sidelined and troops were withdrawn irresponsibly.
Anarchy may spread in Afghanistan: Pak Foreign Minister
Earlier, the last C-17 cargo plane carrying American troops took off from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport early on Tuesday, ending America’s 20-year military operation in Afghanistan. The Pakistani foreign minister said, “Anarchy can spread in Afghanistan and this will give place to the organizations that we all fear.” We do not want international terrorist organizations to strengthen their roots in Afghanistan.
Qureshi said the West must now test the new Taliban government to make sure it keeps its promises. He said that if the West does not negotiate with the Taliban, Afghanistan could suffer another civil war and a new wave of terrorism could spread in the region.