– Pakistan questions America’s intention to invade Afghanistan in 2001

New Delhi Date. Saturday, July 31, 2021

Violence continues in Afghanistan. The Taliban have created a ruckus in the whole of Afghanistan. The United Nations Headquarters in Afghanistan was recently attacked. One guard was killed in the attack. However, the UN aid mission in Afghanistan did not name the Taliban and described the attackers as anti-government elements.

According to the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), anti-government elements attacked the United Nations Headquarters in Herat, Afghanistan. An Afghan police guard was killed and another was injured.

things got worse

Taliban fighters have taken over 20 provinces of Afghanistan. The situation in Kandahar has worsened to such an extent that thousands of people are feeling trapped in the city. While many people have moved to safer places. Taliban militants have been pushing Eddy-Peak to enter the city, but have not yet succeeded. Because of this he has captured the surrounding districts.

We are not spokespersons of Taliban: Imran

Pakistan, seeking a political settlement with the Taliban, has questioned the US intention to invade Afghanistan in 2001. According to Prime Minister Imran Khan, America has disrupted everything in Afghanistan.

Imran Khan further said that the Pakistan government was not a spokesperson for the Taliban and could not be held responsible for the insurgent group’s operations in Afghanistan. “We have nothing to do with what the Taliban is doing or not doing,” Khan said. We are neither responsible nor spokesperson for the Taliban.