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Pakistan should not blame Afghanistan for its failure

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has repeatedly said and assured the world, region, and most importantly the neighboring countries that they would never face threat from its territory.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has repeatedly said and assured the world, region, and most importantly the neighboring countries that they would never face threat from its territory. The current Islamic system has also said that it would never allow other countries to interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.
Once again the Pakistani authorities blamed Afghanistan for harboring anti-Pakistani insurgents on their soil and that their country is facing an upsurge in militancy against their security.
According to the media, Pakistani Baluchistan’s caretaker minister for information, Jan Achakzai claimed that Afghan soil has become a threat to his country’s security forces and
that ‘terrorists have networks in Afghanistan.’
Following is an empty claim regarded by the Pakistani Baluchistan’s caretaker information minister against Afghanistan:
“No neighboring country is threatened by Pakistani soil, and
conversely, the security forces of Baluchistan have been threatened from Afghan soil where their centers exist. Likewise, Pakistan has destroyed its centers in neighboring Iran, which shows that the stability of Baluchistan and Pakistan is threatened beyond its borders.”
This is a shame for the Pakistani leaders to have been still keeping continue blaming Afghanistan for their failure in terms of security, economy or politics of their country.
As the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate stated recently, in line with its policy, the Islamic Emirate does not allow Afghanistan’s soil to be used against any country, either Pakistan or any other country.
On the other hand, the Pakistani side had not still presented any proof that showing that it had received any insurgency by militants using Afghanistan as their hideout or safe asylum against that country.
The Pakistan side should not be trying to mislead its people by accusing Afghanistan or Iran for causing insecurity in that country.
To be honest, Pakistan, since its establishment, has spared no efforts to disturb security in Afghanistan and has not looked at this country as a friendly neighbor. Anyway, we, the Afghans
want our neighboring country to be peaceful, secure and prosperous, but this is the Pakistan politicians who are pessimistic towards Afghanistan.
Ultimately, Pakistan forces should tighten the security of their nation instead of unfairly blaming Afghanistan for their failure, as there are no TTP militant in Afghanistan nor other anti-Pakistani militants.

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