Asked Aghan govt not to allow use of its soil against Pakistan: PM Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that they have asked the Afghan government not to allow the use of its soil against Pakistan.
In an interview with the French magazine, he said that the Taliban government should be accepted and Pakistan alone cannot do it. "Cruelties are being unleashed against minorities and the Muslims. Unluckily the Indian PM Narendra Modi is a supporter of the extremist ideology," he maintained.
PM Imran Khan said that Pakistan enjoys the best relations with America. "Presently there is no conflict in Afghanistan. There should be a broad-based government in Afghanistan and the Afghan people cannot be forced in this regard," he maintained.
He said that the Afghans hate the foreign intervention. "Pakistan is holding consultation with all regional countries. Afghanistan had refused to hand over Osama Bin Laden to the United States of America," he added.
The prime minister said that three Afghanistan-based groups are active in Pakistan and all three are being used to destabilize Pakistan. "After the present government, no serious crime has been committed. France is the most important country for Pakistan," he concluded.