Islamabad: Amid enormous scope battling between Afghan powers and Taliban, Pakistan PM Imran Khan has said that the fear gathering would not converse with the Afghanistan government until Asharaf Ghani stays the nation’s leader.
Conversing with unfamiliar columnists in Islamabad, Imran said a political settlement was looking troublesome under current conditions.
“I attempted to convince the Taliban… three to four months back when they came here,” Pakistan’s The News International cited Imran as saying.
“The condition is that as long as Ashraf Ghani is there, we (Taliban) won’t converse with the Afghan government,” Khan added.
Afghan govt has been condemning Islamabad for bringing insecurity up in the district as Kabul accepts that Pakistan helps the Taliban in raising brutality in Afghanistan.
As of late, Afghan individuals began a web-based media crusade against Pakistan, faulting them for the falling apart circumstance of the country.
Because of rising viciousness in the country by the Taliban, the circumstance is falling apart gravely as the fear bunch has been plundering individuals and killing regular citizens in the wake of catching different regions from the public authority.
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The Taliban raised its hostile against the Afghan powers before long the US powers began escaping Afghanistan in huge numbers after the harmony bargain endorsed among Washington and the Taliban in February last year.