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Grand jirga warns Afghan govt to stop using its soil against Pakistan

Grand jirga warns Afghan govt to stop using its soil against Pakistan
July 16, 2017

KHYBER AGENCY, 16 July: The tribal elders on Sunday condemned anti-Pakistan jirga convened in Kabul last day and warned Afghan government not to allow using its soil against Pakistan.
As per details, a grand jirga of tribal elders from all seven agencies was held with former federal ministers Noor Haq Qadri at the chair at Jamrud Sports Complex. The Jirga elders said that tribesmen would never hesitate to lay down their lives for the sake of their motherland.
Criticising anti-Pakistan gathering organised in Kabul, jirga said that Afghanistan soul was continuously using against Pakistan adding Indian more than 65 consulates were using against Pakistan and causing the security threat to their motherland.
They asked the Afghan government to avoid such kind of activities that suffered bilateral relation of the both neighbouring countries.
The tribal elders said that tribesmen favour better relations base on mutual interests of the both countries and the tribal are ready to play their due role to establish the good relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
They asked Foreign Ministry to initiate a tribal jirga that visited Kabul and call on Afghan authorities to bring the tow ties at normalcy.
The Jamrud bazaar was closed for all kind of activities by the political administration due to the security reasons before the jirga.
It is to be mentioned here that last week an anti-Pakistan Tribal Jirga had been organised in Kabul in which speakers uttered some poisonous words against Pakistan and had rejected Durand Line as permanent boundary between Pakistan and Afghanistan.


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