The Pakistan government has been promoting and using terrorist organizations against the people, culture and heritage of Afghanistan for decades.
Kabul, Afghanistan’s former President Hamid Karzai has slammed Pakistan in a tweet raising the issue of terrorism against the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Karzai said that Pakistan is promoting terrorism and using it against people.
Karzai wrote in a tweet, “Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif raised the issue of terrorist organizations present in Afghanistan in the United Nations General Assembly, which is completely sad and wrong.” Hamid vehemently denied Pakistan’s allegations and said, ‘The facts in this case are totally opposite.
The Pakistan government has been promoting and using terrorist organizations against the people, culture and heritage of Afghanistan for decades. He also alleged in the tweet that Pakistan is using bigotry against Afghanistan and affecting the lives of its people.
“Pakistan is constantly using propaganda and bigotry to undermine the good work being done for the people of Afghanistan,” he wrote. Earlier, Pakistan’s PM Shahbaz Sharif had said that, ‘Pakistan wants to raise the issue of the growing threat of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan in front of the whole world.
These terrorist organizations specifically include Islamic State-Khorasan, Tehreek-e-Taliban, Al Qaeda, East Turkistan Islamic Movement, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan etc.” Karzai said in a statement that the statement given by Pakistan is completely false.
While Afghanistan has become a victim of terrorism and those terrorist organizations are working under the control of Pakistan government. Pakistan has been using them against Afghanistan for decades. At the same time, Afghanistan’s foreign ministry has said that the accusations leveled against their country are baseless.
The ministry has released a statement and said, ‘Some countries, including the United States and Pakistan, have expressed concern over terrorism and that there is still a threat of terrorism in Afghanistan.’ The ministry further said in the statement, ‘This allegation is completely baseless and false.