Pakistan rejects Afghanistan’s allegations

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Pakistan on Tuesday rejected the Afghan allegation that Pakistani troops in civilian dress were doing any action inside Afghanistan.

Foreign Office Spokesperson in a statement issued here Tuesday said, “It is with deep disappointment that we have seen the allegations by senior Afghan officials regarding Pakistani troops in civilian dress conducting attacks in areas of Kunar Province.”

The spokesperson said, “We reject these baseless allegations.”

The fact is that the Pakistan armed forces have been attacked repeatedly by terrorists operating from the Afghan territory, said the spokesperson. “Our armed forces have acted only in self defence, with maximum restraint and responsibility,” said the spokesperson.

The spokesperson said, “We also expect the Afghan government to refrain from taking any action that may be detrimental to peace and stability on the border.”

Pakistan is engaged in a major effort to address the scourge of terrorism. We believe the unfounded allegations from the Afghan side not only vitiate the environment but also serve to undermine the efforts for constructive engagement between the two countries.

“For our part, we will neither be deterred from addressing the challenges at hand, nor from building a friendly and cooperative relationship with the people of Afghanistan,” said the spokesperson.

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  1. This is great decision made by Pakistan and I really appreciate it because everybody wants peace. I am really glad to get this news because I have been searching for it since long but couldn’t find it so.

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