Pashtoon politician wants more pressures on Pakistan
AT-KABUL: Pressures should increase on Pakistan, said Afrasiab Khattak, a prominent Pashtoon politician and former senator in reaction to the killing of Pakistani Taliban leader, Mullah Fazlullah who was killed last week.
Khattak added that the Pakistani Taliban had been weakened due to killing of their leaders, but demanded more pressures on Islamabad.
He said that Pakistan was in need to accept demands from Afghan government and the United States due to the killing of Pakistan Taliban leaders.
“Pakistan should either force Taliban to dialogues or remove their training centers and strongholds in its soil,” said Khattak.
Radio Spogmay quoted Khattak as saying that problems would remain and war would continue unless Pakistan stops supporting terrorism.
He had earlier asked Pakistan to be honest with Afghanistan and abandon supporting terrorism for the regional stability, development and security.
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