March 30, 2018
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Dossier about Swat attack, terror hideouts handed over to Kabul: Islamabad

By Khaama Press - Fri Mar 30 2018, 10:02 am

The Pakistani officials are claiming that the recent attack on a military unit in Swat district was carried out by the militants of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan based in Afghanistan.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan in a statement has said that a dossier containing evidences and documents regarding their claims has been handed over to the Afghan authorities.

“Pakistan has handed over a dossier to the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Islamabad. The dossier contains evidence of the involvement of Afghanistan based TTP in the suicide bombing at a Pak Army unit in Swat and the presence of TTP, JuA and other terrorist groups’ hideouts in Afghan territory,” the statement reads.

It also added that “The Afghan side was asked to take effective action against terrorist hideouts from where they have been financing, planning and undertaking cross border terrorist attacks on Pakistani military posts, cities and towns.”

The Afghan authorities have not commented regarding the latest claims of the Pakistani officials so far.

Both the Afghan and Pakistani officials claim that the terrorist and militant groups based on the two sides of the Durand Line use their sanctuaries to carry out attacks in the two countries.

The Afghan officials are saying that the Taliban and the notorious Haqqani terrorist network leaders are still based in Pakistan from where they plan and coordinated attacks in Afghanistan.

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