The ‘new government’ has given a blunt answer to Pakistan, which has been pushing hard to bring Taliban rule in Afghanistan. Recently, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had advised to form an inclusive government in the neighboring country but it did not go down well with the Taliban. It has said that Pakistan or any other country has no right to demand what kind of government should be formed in Afghanistan.
Imran started talking
Taliban spokesman and Deputy Information Minister Zabiullah Mujahid told the Daily Times that Pakistan or any other country has no right to demand that an “inclusive government” be formed in Afghanistan. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that he had “started talks” with the Taliban for an inclusive government in Kabul that would include people from the Tajik, Hazara and Uzbek communities.
no one has the right
At the same time, member countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) had said that it is important to have an inclusive government in the war-torn country, with representatives of all ethnic, religious and political groups. At the same time, Taliban leader Mohammad Mobin also said that no one has given Afghanistan the right to demand an inclusive government. Mobin questioned whether an inclusive government would mean that neighbors could send their representatives and spies.
SCO also discussed
The leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, in a joint declaration issued after the conclusion of the organization’s annual summit, said on Friday that Afghanistan should become a free, democratic and peaceful country free from terrorism, war and drugs, and a war-torn country. It is important to have an ‘inclusive’ government that includes representatives from all ethnic, religious and political groups.
[Attribution to NBT]