Afghan spy agency NDS Chief lashes out at Pakistan after Kabul suicide bombings
KABUL - The Afghan NDS chief said Pakistan wants to take revenge on Afghans, and that the enemy is also trying to sabotage key projects such as TAPI; these projects are longstanding dreams of the Afghans, but to turn this into a reality, we have to makesacrifices, he said, TOLONEWS has reported.
“Madrassas, training camps, and safe havens exist beyond Afghanistan's borders . He said 4,000 tons of explosives from Kunduz and Kapisa have been seized in the past month. Afghanistan does not have the capacity to produce explosives,” he said.
He states that Afghanistan faces a coordinated ideological war which is formulated outside the country; Pakistani clerics denounced violence in Pakistan, but announced it legitimate in Afghanistan. Suicide attackers are trained in Kochlak (a district in Baluchistan).
He also added that five people have been arrested for their involvement in the Intercontinental Hotel a week ago. He said one suspect has however fled the country. In addition four people have been arrested over Saturday’s attack.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for both the hotel attack and Saturday’s ambulance bombing.