Afghan former Minister threats Pakistan of all out war

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Afghan former Minister threats Pakistan of all out war

Pakistan’s violation of Afghanistan’s territory would lead to all-out war between the two countries.”

Rumors that Pakistan’s military was contemplating military intervention in Afghanistan, has led to a warning by former Afghan minister of Interior Mohammad Umer Daudzai that such a move would lead to terrible consequences for Pakistan.

 

Daudzai made the remarks during a special ceremony in Kabul on Wednesday, marking the 3rd Hoot revolution of the people of Kabul against Soviet occupation.

 

Daudzai said Pakistan’s violation of Afghanistan’s territory would lead to all-out war between the two countries.

 

“As an Afghan citizen, I would like to tell Pakistan if you (Pakistan) put your evil foot on the sacred land of this country, the Afghan people will cut off your legs and throw them back to the other side of Attock river,” said Daudzai.

 

Daudzai also asked the Afghan political leadership and government officials to be vigilant.

 

“Don’t let the Pakistanis to intervene on our soil. If we don’t have the capacity to stop them, we have some international options and will use them,” added Daudzai.

 

Participants also urged the Afghans across the nation to unify and never surrender to conspiracies.

 

“The 3rd Hoot marks the voice of Allah-e-Akbar against invasion and oppression,” said former minister of information and culture Sayed Makhdoom Raheen.

 

“During that period there was no division between the Hindus, but now they are trying to divide us under the name of Shia, Sunni, Tajik and Pashtoon,” said member of Kabul provincial council Naqibullah Hashimi.

 

Participants at the gathering also hailed the sacrifices of the Afghan security forces in their defense of the country. They asked the government to reach out in support of families of fallen and wounded soldiers.

The article appeared in Tolo News