Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister Amir Khan Motaqi said that the Pakistani Prime Minister’s comments over women’s rights in Afghanistan are his personal comments and are not humiliation to Afghan people.
PM Imran Khan on the OIC session in Islamabad said that not allowing girls to get an education is part of the culture of the Afghan people.
Imran Khan had also said that ISIS-K is still active in Afghanistan and is threatening Pakistan from there.
Speaking at the Kabul International Airport after returning from Islamabad Motaqi said, Afghanistan will not be a threat to other countries and ISIS-K has not posed threat to any other country.
Common people, social media activists, former politicians including former president Hamid Karzai condemned Khan’s statements and accused him of not having enough knowledge of the history of Afghanistan.