Pakistan warns Afghanistan against threat of Daesh

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Pakistan warns Afghanistan against threat of Daesh

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has warned Afghanistan against the emerging threat of Daesh in Afghanistan.

Pakistan Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Monday warned the newly appointed interior minister of Afghanistan against trivialising the threat from the Daesh militant group, saying the minister needed a reality check.

In a Twitter post, Chaudhry said it was time for the minister to “get real” and decide whether he wanted Pakistan as a partner or as a scapegoat for Afghan government’s failures.

“Trivializing the threat of ISIS is to live in [cuckooland], the new Afghan interior minister needs a reality check. Decide if you want Pakistan as a partner or as a scapegoat for your own govt’s failures. Mr. Minister! Time to get real and give up phantom thoughts from a paranoid mind,” the info minister wrote.

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Trivializing the threat of ISIS is to live in cukoland,the new Afghan interior minister needs a reality check.Decide if you want Pakistan as a partner or as a scapegoat for your own govt’s failures. Mr. Minister!Time to get real and give up phantom thoughts from a paranoid mind 9:09 AM - Dec 24, 2018 link

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Amrullah Saleh, who served as National Directorate for Security (NDS) chief until 2008, was appointed acting interior minister of Afghanistan on Sunday, in a step that could affect both next year’s presidential election and moves toward peace with the Taliban.