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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Imran Khan warns Taliban about government formation - if all the groups are not involved, there will be civil war

There seems to be a tension between the Taliban and Pakistan over the formation of the government. After the strong statement of the Taliban, now once again Pakistan's PM Imran Khan has warned the Taliban that if an inclusive government is not formed in the country, then there will be a civil war in the coming times. The Taliban had said on Imran Khan's similar statement that no country has any right to ask for an 'inclusive' government to be set up in Afghanistan. Not only this, Imran Khan has said in his conditions for recognition to the Taliban government that the land of Afghanistan should not be used for such terrorist bases which threaten the security of Pakistan.

In one of his interviews to the BBC, Imran Khan said, "If they do not involve all factions, there will be civil war if not today or tomorrow". Heaven will become for you.

Afghanistan's land should not be used for terrorism

Prime Minister Imran Khan has given the conditions of Pakistan to recognize the Taliban government. Imran Khan called upon the new leadership in the neighboring country to be inclusive and respect human rights. He reminded the Taliban that Afghanistan should not be used to house terrorists who could pose a threat to Pakistan's security.

On the Taliban recently kicked girls out of secondary schools, only boys and male teachers were allowed to return, PM Khan said he believed girls would be able to attend schools soon. He said that it would be un-Islamic to prevent women from getting education in Afghanistan.

Imran Khan said, "The statements he has made since coming to power are very encouraging. I think he will allow women to go to schools. The idea of ​​not educating women is not Islamic. Its religion. Has nothing to do with it."

Taliban government recognized

When asked whether the Taliban would realistically meet the criteria set by Pakistan for formal recognition? On this, PM Khan repeatedly called on the international community to give more time to the group. "It is too early to say anything," he said.

Prime Minister Khan said that Pakistan, along with other neighboring states, would decide whether to formally recognize the Taliban government.

Taliban's anger

"Pakistan or any other country has no right to ask the Islamic Emirate to set up an 'inclusive' government in Afghanistan," Taliban spokesman and deputy information minister Zabihullah Mujahid said.

Earlier, another Taliban leader, Mohammad Mobin, had also expressed that Afghanistan does not give anyone the right to call for an 'inclusive government' in the country. During a debate show on Afghanistan's Ariana TV, he said, "Does inclusive government mean having neighbors' own representatives and spies in the system?"