KABUL: The ministry of foreign affairs of Afghanistan (MoFA) says Pakistani government has not shared necessary findings with the Afghan delegation over the abduction and torturing of Silsila Alikhel, the daughter of Afghan ambassador in Pakistan.
The daughter of the Afghan ambassador to Pakistan was earlier abducted and tortured in Islamabad, capital of Pakistan.
“However, the remarks by Pakistani officials pointed at a different version of the case, and unfortunately did not address the basic issues such as how the incident took place and the identification of the perpetrators,” the statement added. “As agreed between the two sides in Islamabad on the first day, the Afghan delegation demanded that the Pakistani officials should share all information related to the case with Afghanistan for further technical investigations. Unfortunately, the information was not shared with the delegation.”
According to the statement, the medical reports and other available evidence “clearly indicates” that Silsila had been abducted and tortured.
The ministry of foreign affairs called on the Pakistani government to focus on expeditious identification, apprehension, and prosecution of the perpetrators of the abduction. The statement also announced the Afghan government’s readiness to cooperate with the Pakistani government in probing the case.