Ashraf Ghani asks Pakistan " No peace talks with Taliban, Fight them if you can"

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KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani asked Pakistan “No peace talks with Taliban, Fight them if you can”.

 

Ghani urged Pakistan to take military action against all the militant groups who are targeting Afghanistan from inside and outside the country.

 

Ghani claimed that Taliban leadership is based in Quetta and Peshawar and they  are using Pakistani soil to target Afghans.

 

Ghani said “I want to make it clear that we no longer expect Pakistan to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table.”

 

“But we expect them to launch a military operation against their sanctuaries and leadership based on their soil. If they can’t target them they should hand them over to our judiciary.”

 

Ghani warned Pakistan to take action against all terrorist groups as there is no good and bad terrorist among them, otherwise Afghanistan will approach to United Nations and International Community to suit a complaint against Pakistan.

 

Ghani‘s remarks came during an address to parliament over recent Taliban assault via a car bomb in Kabul that killed 64 people and wounded 340.