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Afghan defense ministry deny secret deal with Pakistan

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Gen. Zahir AzimiAfghan defense officials denied reports regarding secret deal between former Afghan defense officials with the Pakistani officials regarding border related issues.

This comes as a delegation of the Afghan lawmakers after their return from Goshta district on Monday claimed they have found evidences regarding secret deal with Pakistan.

Without elaborating furhter Afghan lawmakers claimed that the agreement was signed with Pakistan by former Afghan defense minister regarding Durand Line.

However Afghan defense ministry call the allegations as baseless and said no agreement was signed with any defense official.

Defense ministry spokesman Gen. Zahir Azimi called on the Afghan lawmakers to present evidence and documents regarding their claims.

In the meantime Afghan lawmakers delegation who returned from Goshta district following clashes between Afghan and Pakistani troops said they have achieved documents in this regard.

Afghan lawmaker Mohammad Naeem Lalai Hamidzai who was heading the delegation in Goshta district said the concerned officials and army commanders must provide details in regards to the agreement which was signed under the supervision of Gen. Stanley McChrystal.

Mr. Hamidzai also urged Afghan president Hamid Karzai to provide details regarding the agreement to Afghan house of representatives.

He also added that the agreement was signed between 2003 and 2004.

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