Kabul: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani accused Pakistan of series of bombings in the capital Kabul that shot dead over 55 people as well said neighbor country sending war messages to us while doing these kind of acts.
Ghani addressed a news conference, “We hoped for peace but we are receiving messages of war from Pakistan. The last few days have shown that suicide bomber training camps and bomb-producing factories which are killing our people are as active as before in Pakistan,”
The Afghan authorities have also claimed that the Pakistan has been supporting Islamic fundamentalist political movement Taliban for years and so many Afghan officials also revealed that Pakistani authorities have been providing haven to militants on its land just to help them to carry on their terrorism in Afghanistan.
The Taliban insurgents carried out a suicide car bomb attack close to the Afghan capital’s international airport entrance on Monday that became the cause of five deaths as well wounded about 16 people including children.
Nonetheless Taliban Spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid has claimed responsibility for the suicide car bombing on Monday.
After becoming the president of Afghanistan last year, Ghani tried to create good relationships to Pakistan and talked them to help Afghan authorities plead the Taliban to join to the talks.
However, first time Afghan President strongly commented against Pakistan on Monday since coming to power.
The Afghan president Ghani further told that he has asked Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif via telephone call on Sunday, to assess the insurgents attacks in their country as well as in Pakistan who alsi facing militants’ acts.
Afghan government asked Pakistan while referring Friday deadliest truck bombings in capital Kabul, if mass killing of Sufi Shah Inayat Shaheed had occurred in Pakistan capital and their assassins were in Afghanistan, so in this case what reaction would be of Pakistan.