Pakistan reluctant to make talks resulted-oriented: Abdullah
KABUL (Pajhwok): Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah on Monday strongly criticized Pakistan for its reluctant approach to make the peace process resulted-oriented.
Presiding over the council of ministers meeting, the CEO said people hoped that unity government would be able to bring peace and stability to the country--- a dream yet to be materialized.
He said that lack of cooperation from Islamabad in peace process and recent deadly attacks in Kabul damaged public confidence over the government.
Over 50 people were killed and 500 wounded majority of them civilian in three explosions that rocked capital Kabul a couple of days back.
He said Taliban from the past two decades waged a war against the people of Afghanistan and were responsible for the killing of innocent people. The CEO lamented that some Taliban representatives had came for talks in the last two years, while their leader was dead.
“Every one of us knows the culprits behind these inhuman acts have safe heavens in Pakistan and they feel pride to claim responsibility for deadly attacks in Afghanistan.”
He said the unity government had been cooperative with Pakistan and waited for reciprocity from the neighboring country, but Islamabad did not materialize its pledges and tried to deceive Afghanistan.
The CEO acknowledged the existence of spies in government and said if strong action was not taken against them the efforts of unity government would not yield results and situation would become more terrible.
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