The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has once again reiterated that Kabul won’t allow its soil be used against neighbors.
Shakib Mustaghni, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed these comments in response to the claim of Pakistani officials that the latest attack in Peshawar was planned and executed from Afghanistan.
Soon after the attack that left 29 people killed and 29 others wounded on Friday, Pakistan’s military spokesman appeared in a press conference and blamed Afghanistan for it.
“We have recordings which reveal the attack was planned executed and controlled from Afghanistan,” ISPR’s Asim Bajwa told reporters in a press conference.
However, he said that there is no believe that Afghan government would be involved in the attack.
Asim Bajwa said that it was the work of a splinter group of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) that is based in Afghanistan.
The casualties of Friday’s attack included personnel from the Air Force, military and civilians.
Meanwhile, reports suggest that Pakistan is going to send a high-powered delegation to Afghanistan to discuss anti-TTP actions with Afghan authorities.