Pak intelligence chief reaches Kabul as Taliban close to forming govt.

Lt Gen Faiz Hameed

Lt Gen Faiz Hameed

Pakistan knowledge boss Lt Gen Faiz Hameed has shown up in Kabul driving an assignment of Pakistani authorities as weighty battling is in progress in Panjshir valley and the Taliban is set to report the arrangement of another administration.

Pakistan columnist Hamza Azhar Salam said that Hameed is visiting Afghanistan at the greeting of the Taliban to talk about the fate of the two nations.

“DG ISI, Lt Gen Faiz Hameed has shown up in #Kabul driving an appointment of Pakistani authorities on the greeting of the Taliban to talk about the fate of #Pakistan and #Afghanistan ties under the new Taliban government,” he tweeted.

Pakistan and its famous insight organization have been blamed for supporting the Taliban in assuming control over Afghanistan.

Addressing correspondents in Washington, Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla on Friday said that Pakistan has “upheld and sustained” the Taliban that supplanted the chosen government.

Addressing a gathering of correspondents in Washington, Shringla said, “Pakistan is a neighbor of Afghanistan, they have upheld and sustained the Taliban. There are different components that are upheld by Pakistan – so its job must be found in that specific circumstance.”

Specialists accept that Pakistan has been a central member in eliminating the chosen Afghan government from power and building up the Taliban as a definitive force in Afghanistan.

As of late, an UN Monitoring report has said that a critical piece of the authority of Al-Qaida lives in the Afghanistan and Pakistan line locale.

Practically all unfamiliar individuals from ISIL-K and al-Qaida have entered Afghanistan by means of Pakistan and the heads of these outfits alongside those of the Taliban have been living in Pakistan, the UN report said.

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