Taliban and Imran| Imran Khan said – Taliban are common people, America has messed up everything in Afghanistan. Pakistani PM Imran Khan says Taliban are normal civilians, not military outfits
Taliban are common people, US is responsible for Afghanistan: Imran
- Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan once again supported the Taliban
- Imran said in an interview – people of Taliban are common citizens
- Imran refutes allegations of Taliban getting funding from Pakistan
Washington: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has openly advocated the Taliban terrorists who are constantly creating terror in Afghanistan. Imran Khan has said that the Taliban are not a military organization, but they are ordinary citizens. During a TV interview, Imran Khan said that the US did not handle the Taliban properly in Afghanistan and messed everything up.
Taliban people ordinary citizens
In an interview aired on Tuesday night, Imran Khan stressed that there are three million Afghan refugees in Pakistan, most of whom are Pashtuns, the same ethnic group as Taliban fighters. When Imran was asked that a recent report has claimed that around 10,000 Pakistani fighters have crossed the border to help the Taliban? He said, ‘Now there are camps for 500,000 people, there are camps for 100,000 people. And the Taliban are not a military organization, they are ordinary citizens. And if there are few civilians in these camps, how will Pakistan harass these people? How can you call them sanctuaries?’
Pakistan is accused of helping Taliban
Asked about the Taliban’s alleged safe havens in Pakistan, the prime minister replied: “Where are these safe havens? There are three million refugees in Pakistan who belong to the same ethnic group as the Taliban…” In fact, Pakistan has long been accused of helping the Taliban in their fight against the Afghan government with military, economic and intelligence inputs, but Imran Khan termed these allegations as “highly unfair”.
Pakistan has nothing to do with September 11 attack
Imran Khan said that thousands of Pakistanis lost their lives after the US war in Afghanistan, while Pakistan had nothing to do with the terrorist attack in New York on September 11, 2001. According to a UN Security Council report, around 6,000 terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are active in the Afghan side of the border. UN Monitors believes that the TTP has “specific anti-Pakistan objectives, but it also supports the Afghan Taliban militarily inside Afghanistan against Afghan government forces.”
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