Kabul Denies Pakistan’s Allegations Of Afghan Involvement In Suicide Bombings

Kabul denies Pakistan’s allegations of Afghan involvement in suicide bombings.

Kabul refutes Pakistan’s claims that Afghan refugees are behind recent suicide bombings. Get the latest on this dispute, the Taliban’s response, and its potential impact on relations.

Kabul denies Pakistan’s allegations that Afghans are involved in suicide bombing: Suicide bombing in Pakistan.

There have been 24 suicide bombings in Pakistan so far this year. Pakistan says that out of these 24 attacks, Afghan refugees have been involved in 14 attacks.

After this allegation of Pakistan, the Taliban has rejected this claim of Pakistani officials.

Let us tell you that Pakistan had alleged that Afghan refugees were involved in the recent suicide bombings in the country. This information has been given through a report by a local News agency.

Taliban administration spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said on social media ‘X’ that Afghan refugees in Pakistan are not involved in these attacks. He also said that Islamabad wants to harass Afghan refugees.

He said we deny that if the refugees had settled in Pakistan, they would have carried out any attacks and incidents in that country.

Afghan civilians involved in 14 suicide attacks.

However, according to a local News report, Pakistan Interior Minister Sarfaraz Bugti said that out of the 24 suicide bombings in the country this year, 14 have involved Afghans.

He further said that the fatwa (a formal ruling or interpretation on a point of Islamic law) issued by the Taliban leader should be practical in this regard.

Bugti said, there have been a total of 24 attacks since February. Afghan civilians have executed 14 of them.

According to some political analysts, such comments made by Pakistani officials will impact their relations with the Taliban, local News agency reported.

The issue of terrorism will end – Jazai.

Yusuf Amin Zazai, a military veteran, said people can solve the security issue and they can take care of themselves. People on both sides of the [Durand Line] can seek protection.

They should be given opportunities and regional and world countries should support them, I think the issue of terrorism will end.

Sadiq Aminzoy, another political analyst, said, when you show hostility towards 40 million people, I think it is irresponsible and contrary to neighboring and international laws.

A 12-year-old boy was killed in the assault.

Earlier this week, an Afghan sentry on Wednesday opened indiscriminate fire without any reason at people walking on foot at the Chaman border in Balochistan, the Army’s media affairs branch said, a Pakistan-based news agency reported.

During this period, two people including a 12-year-old child died.

A statement by ISPR said Afghan authorities have been contacted to find out the reason for such an irresponsible and reckless act, arrest the culprit, and hand him over to Pakistani authorities.

It said the Taliban is expected to exercise control over its troops and provide discipline to act responsibly to avoid the recurrence of such incidents in the future.

In 2022, six people were killed and 17 others were injured in firing by Afghan border forces at the Chaman border.

The incident was widely condemned by the then government, the Foreign Office, and diplomats.

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