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Imran Khan Accuses Pakistan’s Government of Rising Terrorism in the Country

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati
Representative Image-Imran Khan Former Prime Minister of Pakistan.

The former Prime Minister of Pakistan blames the Pakistani government for the pro-Pakistan Afghan government’s mismanagement in increasing the country’s insecurity.

Imran Khan delivered the statement during a video conference on the uprising of insurgency in Pakistan. He claimed that the pro-Pakistani government in Afghanistan had mismanaged the situation, which counted as the main factor in the rise of local terrorism in Pakistan, Samaa cited.

He added that after the Taliban (IEA) came into power, they asked the Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to return to Pakistan, which was the time when a peaceful settlement was needed the most. At the same time, Imran Khan Government had decided not to interfere in Afghan affairs; whereas the present government did, he pointed out.

Last month, in the same manner, the PTI leader blamed Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for the terrorist attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of Pakistan. He pointed out that despite running our economy to the ground, the government failed to deal with the cross-border attacks by security forces of a friendly Afghan government, Geo News reported.

Recently the security situation in Pakistan has been worsening, and the Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief asked their fighter to resume their attacks against the Pakistan army, leading figures of coalition parties who run the government and other vital targets.

He cautioned that Pakistan cannot withstand another wave of terrorism and urged the government to devise a solution for the evolving situation.

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