Achakzai says Pakistan interfering in Afghanistan
The Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP) chief sought the withdrawal of the Pakistani army from tribal areas administered by the federal government.
In a heated address to the newly elected parliament in Islamabad, Achakzai, also a member of the assembly, said the armed forces had allowed militants to operate in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). He said Pakistan should drop the policy of good and bad Taliban.
“US is not mad in carrying out drone strikes worth millions (of dollars); it is true that we are interfering in Afghanistan … the time is limited …. the entire world has become our enemy … the allegations leveled against us have been proved … Osama was caught from near the ISSB Training Academy …. we sold the nuclear bomb while neighbouring countries including China are not happy with us.”
Achakzai warned to quit the assembly if the establishment was not reined in within 2-3 years.
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