Pakistani Ulema delegation to meet Afghan Taliban over cross border attacks
A four-member delegation of Pakistani Ulema will visit Afghanistan for reconciliation and end the cross-border hostility in Chaman since the *attack by Afghan forces link* that killed one civilian and injured 15 others, district administration said Sunday.
It was the second time in five days — that the Afghan border forces opened unprovoked and indiscriminate fire, using heavy weapons, at the civilian area in Balochistan's Chaman city.
Levies officials reported that multiple artillery rounds were fired upon the civilian population around the Boghra Road and Custom House areas from the Afghan side, to which the Pakistani authorities responded befittingly.
The Chaman district administration said that the Ulema's delegation will meet the Afghan ministry of defence officials and others in Kandahar and Kabul and hold discussions with key Taliban leaders
They said that the flag meeting of Pak-Afghan border security forces was postponed upon the departure of Ulema delegation.