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Pakistan can't turn a blind eye to situation in Afghanistan: Fawad Ch

Pakistan can't turn a blind eye to situation in Afghanistan: Fawad Ch
September 5, 2021 Web Desk

LAHORE (92 News) – Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhary has said that Pakistan cannot turn a blind eye to the situation in Afghanistan.

Talking to the media on Sunday, he said that India has no role in Afghanistan.

Fawad Chaudhary said that the people of India should ask Modi why 6 billions of rupees were wasted in Afghanistan. "We have a long border with Afghanistan. We have political, economic and strategic ties with it. We cannot leave ordinary Afghans alone," he declared.

Condemning the desecration of Syed Ali Gilani's body, he said that India was also scared of the body of a 92-year-old man. "Narendra Modi influenced by Hitler was trembling with fear and did not give the body to his family. We are standing like a strong wall to give Kashmiris their rights," he added.

Fawad Ch said that the intelligence chiefs of the US CIA, Qatar and Turkey have gone to Kabul. "If there is political instability, migration or terrorism in Afghanistan, then the effects will be on Pakistan. Joe Biden says there should be a political solution to the Afghanistan problem. We have been saying this for last 10 years. The United States and other countries are talking about this after the loss," he maintained.

The minister said: "We can't leave ordinary Afghans alone. Their lives are as important as those who go abroad. We tried to evacuate people. Our borders are open and we will continue to help those trapped there."

Criticizing the opposition, Fawad Chaudhry said fighting is going on in the opposition parties, including the PML-N. "I contacted the opposition on the issue of EVM, but it did not give a serious response," he added.