Afghanistan snubs Imran Khan:- Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan suggests that an interim administration in Afganistan can help and a stalemate in talks with the Taliban, who on Tuesday expressed dissatisfaction with the Afghans Politicians, who gave him the internal affairs of his country accused of interfering in. Afghanistan’s foreign ministry summoned the Deputy Ambassador of Pakistan on Tuesday night to Imran Khan’s Comment. “The Ministry of External Affairs expressed serious objections to the recent negligent statements regarding the peace process of Pakistani PM and the establishment of an interim government, such statements have a clear example of Pakistan’s traditional policy and the national sovereignty and the perseverance of the people of Afghanistan Disrespect the resolution. ” He said, recalling the ambassador of Afghanistan to Islamabad for further discussion on this matter.
Afghanistan snubs Imran Khan, says don’t interfere in the internal affair
when he blamed the Afghan government led by President Ashraf Ghani for the deadlock in talks with the Taliban, Khan made a comment during a conversation with Pakistani media in Islamabad on Monday.
“The Afghan government was obstructing the peace process (as it is) that should talk to the Taliban,” said the sources, quoting Khan. “
which can hold free and transparent elections to participate by all the stakeholders, The Afghan peace process can succeed only if there is a neutral interim government, He said that Khan also said that he had to cancel a scheduled meeting with the Taliban leadership due to the objections of the Afghan government.
A former chief of Afghanistan’s spy agency Amrullah Saleh, who is the Vice Presidential candidate of Ghani in the Presidential election to be held in September, tweeted that Khan told how to cancel the Constitution of Afghanistan and break it democratically. Long standoff in peace efforts “
Saleh, quoting Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Service Intelligence, said, “This is the price ISI wants us to buy against terrorism.”
Former Afghan National Security Adviser Haneef Atmar, the presidential candidate said that Khan’s comment is “a desireful interference in the internal affairs of Afghanistan”. The Afghan people said, “Not the leader of the neighboring country, we can decide the future of government and politics in our country”, he tweeted. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Although Atmar has asked to establish himself temporarily, he condemned Khan for “unwarranted statement” and called Pakistan to respect Afghanistan’s sovereignty.
Afghanistan snubs Imran Khan, He said that after the expiration of the Gani administration on May 22, the establishment of a caretaker government is “strictly a domestic matter”. People familiar with the developments of New Delhi said that Pakistan is pushing for an interim government in Afghanistan, in which Taliban elements will be included.
India is eager to ensure that the basic structure of Afghanistan’s constitution is not affected by the ongoing dialogue, people said.