Afghanistan take action against terrorism “or Pakistan will be.

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Islamabad: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto says that we have the right to defend ourselves. On Tuesday he said that if Afghan government can’t take action against terrorism we have right to defend ourselves. While talking to the media, he but clarified that this should not be the first option for his government. Bilawal Bhutto remind the Kabul for Doha accord.

Conferring to the Doha agreement, the Taliban gave a written assurance that no militant groups would be allowed to enter Afghanistan and no militant group would attack any other country from inside Afghanistan.

The statement of Foreign Minister come after the bloodbath in bajaur when terrorist provide explosive matter in meeting of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl in which 54 people were killed and 200 people are injured. The terrorist group Daesh take responsibility of the attack. In the past it has been TTP in that has launched attack against Pakistan inside Afghanistan.

The government of Pakistan, the Prime Minister and chief of the army staff, stated their frustration with Kabul for its failure to halt the attacks against Pakistan.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari  address in ceremony of Ministry of foreign affairs; Pakistan going there inside Afghanistan and taking action against terrorist we don’t want to do but we have the right to take action according to law we have to protect. He further added that it is time for the interim Afghan government to act against these terrorists and commenting on the incessant militant attacks on Pakistan by the banned TTP and other terrorist groups.

He added that If we are continuously under these terror attacks and no action is taken unfortunately we will have forced to take action against these terrorist. But I don’t think it should be amongst the first options for us.  Taliban Government need to take action against TTP terrorist group that were affecting Pakistan.

Bilawal Bhutto said if Afghan Government need help Pakistan should be prepared. Our priority would be that we want the authorities there, the interim government, to take action against them. He also pointed out the fact that there has been a quantitative increase in terrorist attacks on Pakistan since the Afghan Taliban came to power.


“The data shows that if you look at our data 500 days before the fall of Kabul and then compare it to our data 500 days after, you can see that there is a clear has increased.” Militants were defeated by US and NATO forces.


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