Islamabad urges Kabul to address anti-Pakistan terrorists

Islamabad urges Kabul to address anti-Pakistan terrorists

Islamabad urges Kabul to address anti-Pakistan terrorists

Islamabad urges Kabul to address anti-Pakistan terrorists

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Islamabad: Pakistan has demanded on Thursday Afghan authorities to take action against anti-Pakistan terrorists, as Bol News reported.

Spokesperson of the Foreign Office (FO),Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, while giving a weekly briefing has said that there is no dialogue between the state of Pakistan and the TTP. Our focus and demand is against the TTP and terrorist groups.

She said that there are safe havens of terrorists inside Afghanistan. In this regard, Pakistan has raised the issue of terrorism from Afghanistan to Pakistan in the Security Council, Pakistan wants to eliminate terrorists.

The FO Spokesperson further added that Pakistan is seriously concerned about Indian terrorism, India is spreading terrorism in the world except South Asia, and Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav, was arrested for involvement in espionage and sabotage activities.

She said that the law of blasphemy in Pakistan is not a discriminatory law against anyone. Pakistan does not use this law against any minority, action is taken according to the law without discrimination, all minorities have equal rights in Pakistan.

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