Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs summons Afghan Ambassador

Bayan News – Pakistani media reports indicate that the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned the Afghan Ambassador in connection with the recent attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Pakistan’s Express Tribune newspaper stated in its report that Islamabad has requested the Afghan Ambassador to apprehend and hand over Hafiz Gul Bahadur, the leader of a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban, to the Pakistani government.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan has urged the caretaker government in Kabul to conduct a thorough investigation and take practical measures against the perpetrators of the attack two days ago in the city of Bannu and the refugee camps of Afghan refugees.

Officials from the caretaker government in Kabul have not commented on the summoning of the Afghan Ambassador by Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

However, the Islamic Emirate has consistently stated that it does not have any security personnel within Pakistani territory and that the insecurity in Pakistan is a result of the weaknesses of Pakistani institutions.

Officials of the Islamic Emirate have stated that they have not allowed any group to use Afghan soil against other countries over the past two years.

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