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Army leadership asks Afghanistan to 'look inward' for Kabul attackers

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Army leadership asks Afghanistan to 'look inward' for Kabul attackers




A special Corps Commanders' Conference was held at General Headquarters Tuesday during which the forum expressed its solidarity with the people and security forces of Afghanistan in the backdrop of recent terrorist incidents, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.,

The statement added that while expressing their support for the Afghan people, the corps commanders also expressed serious reservations to 'the unwarranted accusations and threats' directed at Pakistan in the aftermath of the Kabul bombing.

"The forum also concluded that instead of blaming Pakistan, Afghanistan needs to look inward and identify the real issues," read the ISPR statement.

The statement also said that the forum reiterated the Army's resolve to "defend the motherland against all types of threat."

At least 90 people were killed and more than 300 wounded on June 1 when a massive truck bomb ripped through Kabul's diplomatic quarter, bringing carnage to the streets of the Afghan capital just days into the holy month of Ramazan.

It was not immediately clear what the target was. But the attack underscores spiralling insecurity in Afghanistan, where a military beset by soaring casualties and desertions is struggling to beat back the insurgents. Over a third of the country is outside government control.

The Foreign Office (FO) had said in a press release that the blast caused damage to the residences of some Pakistani diplomats and staff, while some sustained minor injuries.

"Pakistan strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Kabul... that has caused loss of precious human lives and injuries to many," the FO said.

"Pakistan being a victim of terrorism understands the pain and agony that such incidents inflict upon the people and society."

The FO had extended condolences to the government and people of Afghanistan and condemned "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations".
 

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Forum expressed solidarity with Afghan people and Security Forces on loss of precious lives and vowed to continue its support and cooperation with Afghanistan in fight against terrorism and militancy. The forum took exception to the unwarranted accusations and threats against Pakistan in the aftermath of Kabul blast. The forum also concluded that instead of blaming Pakistan, Afghanistan needs to look inward and identify the real issues.
While reaffirming continued support to regional peace and stability, the forum reiterated Pak Army's resolve to defend the motherland against all types of threat.
 

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They simply won't they have a habbit of blaming Pakistan for each of their failures .
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One day they will even blame Pakistan for ghost soldiers in ana .
 

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Afghanistan is under spell of India and is developing same habits of blaming others for every single trouble in its country. No wonder, Pakistan has been facing such propagandas for long time.

Afghan leadership should think from logical point of view. Ghani's own government is poorly unstable and is being limited within Kabul.
 

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Army leadership zindabad.
Afghan government is playing in the hand of Indians
Sooner or later mark my words their people will know this truth as in Quran kareem:

وجا الحق و زهق الباطل
 

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Imported US puppet Ghani and his so called govt rules no more 2 square miles of Kabul around presidential palace.Even the slogan "Pakistan behind every attack" has lost its value when thousands of people protested against him.Now having the fear of losing their investment his masters in Washington and Dehli are desperately fighting to regain their previous control.Talibans are already ruling 50% of afghanistan.Moreover the recent news of Chinese army in afghanistan've caused a havoc
https://www.ft.com/content/0c8a5a2a-f9b7-11e6-9516-2d969e0d3b65
Now they are playing stunts to defame Pakistan.
 

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And once again the civilian government completely failed to do its duty, after all what to expect from current government even after 4 years there is yet to be a dedicated foreign minister hired. Kudos Nawaz Sharif, you sure are one pathetic prime minister.

As for Afghanistan, just shutup already.

It ain't a blame game between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Blame game may happen when one does not have sufficient evidence but some strong suspicions but everybody got their facts straight. Pakistan establishments afraid of positive India-Afghan relation.
Its rich, have you ever watched your own TV channels or listened to statements coming out from mouth of your government officials? If you had you wouldnt be using word "Blame Game" since you guys keep on blaming everything on Pakistan from camels to peigons, everything under the sun is Pakistans fault as per India. All I can see is Afghanistan taking a page out of Indians blame book.


Hey hey muslim nations under spell of infidel nation/s. Irony of Ironies. Or is it ....... I would rather not say here. Lol. Why is it so difficult to admit that Musalman/Hindus/Christian/Buddhists etc aren't one nation and faith isn't only identity of a human being. Rather than accepting each other difference and cooperating where we all agree, our sole focus is on creating/finding excuses for absolutely unnecessary bloodshed.
To that I agree completely, but as humans are and seems always will be tribalistic moron of species will never see past the differences and look for commonality we have.
 

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They have been blaming Pakistan for so long that Afghan people have finally got bored of it and have started demanding Ashraf Ghani, the most futile peace of meat on the planet with a coconut head, to resign. USA taxpayers have paid billions of US$ and while there is still no prospect of the stability and peace, the corruption is rampant and their national army is far more incapable than any militia let alone Afghan Talibans.
So this minger needs to resign and should understand that he can't sell the same old lies to the public.

There is something awry about this latest explosion and leads me to believe that it was an internal job by none other than NDS itself since they are not overjoyous on the arrival of Gul Badin Hikmatyar in Kabul with his armed militia..
 

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Ideally, the country's civil leadership should convey such messages to another. Army should not have to resort to this. Just goes to show where are the priorities of our current civil leadership.
 

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Afghanis are sitting in the lap of India & will only bark what India will order them to bark.
 

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