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Imran Khan endorses Taliban advance in Afghanistan, says they have broken shackles of slavery

Afghanistan have been criticising Islamabad for raising instability in the region

As Taliban takeover Afghanistan, a video of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is doing rounds on social media in which he is seen endorsing the militants group’s advance in the war-ravaged country. He said the Taliban had broken shackles of slavery in Afghanistan. The Pakistan backed terror outfit gained control over Afghanistan on Sunday after which president Ashraf Ghani fled the country. Earlier, Ghani took to social media to say that he left the country to avoid bloodshed. 

It’s more difficult to break the chains of mental slavery. Now in Afghanistan, they’ve broken the chains of slavery, PM Imran Khan said.

Pakistan has been accused of supporting the Taliban and providing safe havens and treatment to injured Taliban militants in the past as well. Several journalists working in Afghanistan have claimed in their reports that the hatred for Pakistan is clearly visible in Afghanistan due to its support for Taliban. Afghanistan have been criticising Islamabad for raising instability in the region as it believes that Pakistan assists the Taliban in escalating violence.

Pakistan is now planning to formally recognize the Taliban government in Afghanistan. Islamabad has already made it clear that it will not close its embassy in Kabul. The Taliban has guaranteed the security of embassies and diplomats that Pakistan has confidence in. This is not the first time that Pakistan has betrayed its neighboring country in difficult times. Earlier in 1996, the Taliban came to power with the help of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI.

After the capture of Kabul, on Sunday, Afghan nationals present in the US, Australia, Canada, the UK and protested against Pakistan and raised anti-Pakistan slogans. The protesters denounced Pakistan for interfering in the internal affairs of Afghanistan and also demanded imposition of sanctions on the country.

Read Also: Punjab CM urges Centre to arrange evacuation of Indians, 200 Sikhs stuck in gurudwara in Afghanistan

However, the protesters also blamed the US for the situation in Afghanistan. Protesters also demonstrated in front of the White House in America and raised slogans against US President Joe Biden and called him a traitor.

In other India news, at least five people have been killed amid chaos at the Kabul airport, news agency Reuters reported.

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