At a time when Pakistan and Afghanistan relations are dealing with a bitter state of affairs, Afghanistan Vice President Amrullah Saleh took a jibe at Islamabad by posting an outdated image of the Pak military’s surrender to the Indian Army within the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.
Taking to Twitter, Amrullah Saleh shared an outdated photo slamming Pakistan Twitter attackers and Taliban saying terrorism will not heal the trauma of the previous.
“We haven’t got such an image in our historical past and will not ever have. Yes, yesterday I flinched for a friction of a second as a rocket flew above & landed few meters away. Dear Pak twitter attackers, Taliban & terrorism will not heal the trauma of this image. Find different methods,” Saleh wrote on Twitter.
However, Pakistan Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting, Fawad Hussain was fast to hit again on the Afghanistan Vice President calling him a ‘hyena’.
Hussain additionally took to Twitter and stated, “Afghanistan belongs to courageous folks of Afghanistan not like hyena’s such as you.”
Hussain additional stated, “a bunch of you may have little curiosity in Afghanistan and even this area you might be only a scavenger will fly to protected heavens when the time ll be up…” Several different Pakistani ministers jumped into the argument, making an attempt to save the nation’s face.
Pakistani federal minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari referred to as Saleh a ‘delusional man’ and ‘direct his RAW venom introspection’.
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A junior minister to Fawad Hussain Farrukh Habib additionally pitched within the dialog and referred to as Saleh an ‘Indian stooge’ and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘every day wager’.
Pakistan and Afghanistan relations are usually not going any good at a time when US troops are leaving the latter nation, and the Taliban getting aggressive in its seize or management ways.
But in much-needed reduction, the US carried out airstrikes throughout Afghanistan within the final a number of days as half of an effort to help the Afghan safety forces preventing Taliban insurgents.
The information of US airstrikes in Afghanistan got here a day after America’s most senior army officer admitted that the Taliban had gained “strategic momentum,” with their forces now controlling about half of Afghanistan’s greater than 400 district centres.
The Pentagon, nonetheless, kept away from giving any specifics of its airstrikes in Afghanistan.
“Without talking to specifics, I can say that within the final a number of days, we now have acted by way of airstrikes to help the ANDSF (Afghan National Defense and Security Forces) however I will not get into tactical particulars of these strikes,” Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby instructed reporters.
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