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Protesters want UN to stop Pakistan’s interferences

Protesters want UN to stop Pakistan’s interferences

Aug 18, 2015 - 18:17

MAIMANA (Pajhwok): Hundreds of residents in northern Faryab province on Tuesday took to the streets, urging United Nations to stop Pakistaninfo-icon’s interferences in Afghanistaninfo-icon’s internal affairs.

Enraged demonstrators chanted: “Death to Pakistan, death to terrorism and death to Talibaninfo-icon.” The protesters marched toward the governor’s office.

Mohammad Younus, a protester, told Pajhwok Afghan News: “Taliban are terrorists. They killed personalities like Ahmad Shah Massoud, A Rabani and Ahmad Khan Samangani.”

He said Pakistan had in connivance with all these crimes. He blamed Pakistan for recent blasts and suicide attacks in Kabulinfo-icon that claimed many lives of civilians.

Shah Reza Munshizada, a civil societyinfo-icon activist, said the UN should take serious steps to stop Pakistan from interfering in Afghanistan’s matters.

They also expressed their support for Afghan National Security Forces and praised their professionalism.

Suicide attacks last week on Police Academy, Qasaba locality, and Shah Shaheed area over 50 people were killed and 500 wounded.

The lorry bomb attack in Shah Shaheed was the deadliest which killed 15 people and wounded 400 more.



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