Pakistan’s hardline leaders eager to join hands with Taliban, exposing Imran Khan

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IslamabadHis claims of being a transformed and enlightened face after the occupation of Afghanistan by the Taliban are still taking time to be recognized in the world. The establishment of a Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has not yet been recognized by any country around the world. Because the Taliban still have to fulfill their promises. As the world is taking time to recognize the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan, Pakistan has also opted to adopt its policy of wait and watch. A stand that is now being criticized by the country’s religious political parties. Pakistan’s largest religious party Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to immediately recognize Taliban rule in Afghanistan. Its purpose is to pave the way for peace in the war-torn country and region. JI chief Sirajul Haq said, “Islamic countries should convene a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to recognize the Taliban government.”

America should recognize TalibanHaq also hit out at the US and demanded an apology from Washington for killing thousands of people in its 20-year war in Afghanistan. “The US should recognize the government in Kabul and apologize to Afghanistan for the killing of thousands of people,” he said. Expressing his support for the Taliban regime, Haq said Afghanistan has been given a new hope of peace.

Criticism of Pakistan’s foreign policy“After 20 years of conflict in Afghanistan, the Taliban has given a new hope to the Ummah. Thousands of innocent people were killed in Afghanistan after the US occupation of the country.” The JI chief also criticized Pakistan’s foreign policy under the current government. He reminded that the recent vote against Islamabad in the US Congress was a failure of the country’s foreign policy. For decades, Pakistan has been criticized for providing support and shelter to the Taliban leadership and its fighters, which is claimed by the global community as the reason behind the rapid capture of Afghanistan by the Taliban.

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pressure on pakistan governmentIt is considered by the international community that the Taliban rule in Afghanistan was an indirect victory for Pakistan, which was against the Ashraf Ghani regime. However, in the current scenario, the government of Pakistan is certainly facing pressure from major religious groups and political parties to first recognize the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan, and distance itself from the West’s stand in this regard. .

[Attribution to NBT]

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