DECEMBER 9, 2022
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Terrorists attack Pakistan with weapons left by America in Afghanistan

Terrorists attack Pakistan with weapons left by America in Afghanistan

Acting Pakistani Prime Minister Anwar Haq Kakar said on Wednesday that terrorists are using advanced weapons left by America in Afghanistan. As a result, terrorist incidents in Pakistan increased by 60 percent. A day before that, America claimed that it had not left any weapons in Afghanistan, and at a press conference in Islamabad on Wednesday, the acting Prime Minister of Pakistan said that after the formation of the interim government in Afghanistan in August 2021, we will maintain peace for a long time, it was expected. That would happen, but unfortunately it didn’t. He said that suicide bombing incidents in Pakistan had increased by 500 percent.

Stressing the need to take tough action against anti-Pakistan groups, the interim Prime Minister said that particularly tough action was necessary against the Pakistani Taliban. They should not be allowed to use Afghanistan’s territory against Pakistan. Kakar said that 2,267 Pakistani citizens were killed in Pakistani Taliban attacks in the past two years. He said that the weapons left behind by American soldiers as they left Afghanistan fell into the hands of Taliban terrorists through black marketing. Prime Minister Kakar also described the decision to expel illegal refugees from Afghanistan as a response to the Taliban’s lack of cooperation.

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the explosion that occurred in a minibus in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday. At least seven people were killed and 20 others were injured in the accident. The Sunni terrorist group said that this bus was carrying Shiite Muslims, so we exploded in it.

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