KABUL: President Ghani’s adviser Wahid Omar says that leader of Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin Hekmatyar raises voice in Islamabad as an attempt to abolish the government in Afghanistan.
Omar wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that “I have watched this horrific movie several times. We need to stand united against this repeated betrayal”.
Hekmatyar who is in Islamabad for a three-day visit, accused the government of Afghanistan as the element of war, claiming that “the government in Kabul” wants the war continue.
He also said that the United States was defeated in the Afghan war and has no choice but withdrawal from the war-hit country.
Hekmatyar who is accused of enjoying Pakistan support, said that peace would be impossible without the withdrawal of foreign troops.
“Hekmatyar’s voice from Islamabad is a failed attempt to repeat the history and overthrow the government system,” said Omar.
Hekmatyar’s visit to Pakistan was aimed to negotiate peace efforts in Afghanistan.
He met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, speakers of parliament and senate.
He called Pakistan as his second home, saying Islamabad’s role was crucial in the Afghan peace process.