‘Pak Air Force is helping Taliban by air’, Afghanistan flares up on Pakistan Afghanistan says Pakistan air force is providing close air support to Taliban in certain areas
‘Pakistan Air Force is helping the Taliban by air’ – Afghanistan  |  Photo Credits: AP
- Pakistan’s Air Force is providing air support to Taliban – Afghanistan
- Taliban has captured many areas of Afghanistan
New Delhi: Taliban dominance in Afghanistan is increasing. Meanwhile, Afghanistan has made big allegations on Pakistan. Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh said that Pakistan is providing full support to the Taliban and at the same time the Pakistani Air Force is also providing air support to the Taliban. Afghanistan has said that it will take action against Taliban fighters in the Boldak region.
Afghanistan’s Vice President’s Tweet
Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh tweeted, “Pakistan Air Force has issued an official warning to the Afghan Army and Air Force that any move to remove the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area will be faced by the Pakistan Air Force.” Pakistan’s air force is now providing close air support to the Taliban in some areas. Meanwhile, an AFP report said that the Taliban, the leader of Afghanistan, have agreed to a ceasefire in the western province.
Said earlier – ceasefire happened
Badghis governor Hesamuddin Shams told AFP: “The ceasefire between Afghan security forces and the Taliban began around 10:00 this morning. The ceasefire was mediated by tribal elders. Amid the continued withdrawal of US-led foreign troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban have unleashed extreme violence and occupied several districts and major border crossings with neighboring countries such as Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Pakistan.
Allegations on ISI
Earlier today, Pakistan announced that it will host a peace conference on Afghanistan to support efforts to bring stability to the neighboring country. Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said, “I can confirm that Pakistan is hosting the Afghan peace conference on July 17-19.” On 14 July news emerged that Pakistan had closed the border with Afghanistan, as the Taliban captured Spin Boldak, a cross-border point in Afghanistan. Afghan leaders have accused Pakistan and its intelligence agency ISI of supporting Taliban leaders.
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