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Outlawed Taliban says Afghan president Islamabad’s puppet

Notorious terrorists outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has said the Pakistan government has always used Kabul for its vested interests and newly-elected Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is serving as a puppet of Islamabad, which will further spoil the law and order situation in Afghanistan.

 

In a reaction to the handover of Latifullah Mehsud, a key takfiri commander, to Pakistan, Muhammad Khurasani, the official spokesperson for Fazlullah-led TTP, said, “No one could expect such an act from an Afghan and a Muslim, but Ashraf Ghani handed over a key commander along with other two comrades to Pakistan. It makes it clear that the newly-elected Afghan president is not only a slave of Pakistan, but also is unaware of our values as well as culture.”

According to the Taliban, Pakistan was always behind the unrest in Afghanistan and used the country as a tool for its own vested interests. “The stability of the infidel system in Pakistan is based on instability in Afghanistan; Islamabad always supports the enslaved ruler of Kabul that can be used as a tool to protect its own infidel democratic system.”

In fact, he forgot to mention Pakistan’s support for Mulla Omar-led Afghan regime that the TTP also regards as their role model and obey Mulla Omar as their central leader.

Latifullah Mehsud, who worked as a close associate of Hakimullah Mehsud, was arrested in Afghanistan in October 2013. According to the US media, Latifullah Mehsud was caught by US personnel after they intercepted an Afghan government convoy in Logar province. He was reportedly going to meet with the operatives of the Afghan National Directorate of Security (NDS). After remaining for more than a year into the US custody, finally, he was handed over to Pakistan. According to the US embassy spokesperson in Kabul, “The United States repatriated three Pakistanis who were into the US custody in Afghanistan.”

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