Death of 8 Pakistanis: Afghanistan announces independent inquiry commission

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13 Mar, 2019 9:24 am


KABUL (92 News) – Afghanistan has announced an independent commission to probe into the death of eight Pakistanis.

The commission will present a report to President Ashraf Ghani.

On Monday night, Afghan special security forces had killed eight innocent Pakistanis in Paktika province of Afghanistan.

The deceased belonged to Kabalkhel tribe of North Waziristan tribal district. The Special Forces of Afghanistan had carried out raids on the homes of Kabalkhel tribe near Pak-Afghan border in Bermal district of Paktika province.

Pakistan condemns killing of eight Pakistani tribesmen

On the other hand, Pakistan condemned the killing of eight innocent Pakistani tribesmen, in Paktika, Afghanistan, by Afghan security forces.

Indian’s RAW seeks Afghan’s NDS help to take down PAF jets

Earlier, Baffled Indian forces after humiliating defeat from Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Indian intelligence agency the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has sought help from Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS) to spread anarchy in Pakistan.

According to the sources, desperate Indian intelligence RAW seeks NDS help to take down Pakistani aircrafts. In line with its nefarious designs, the sources also revealed that the RAW has requested NDS to target aircraft coming from Peshawar, Samungli or any other airbase in Pakistan.

Sequel to Indian Air Force intrusion into Pakistani air space, desperate India continues to embark upon a series of provocative actions against Pakistan.

“The Indian intelligence agency has also asked Afghanistan to send TTP militants to Pakistan to carry out terror attacks,” the sources further said.

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