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Pakistan urges Kabul to deliver ‘Terrorist Group Leader’ to Islamabad

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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

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Zura Baloch, has once again urged the Taliban to take “immediate and effective” steps against “terrorist” groups.

Ms. Baloch made this request during a press conference on Thursday, February 1st, asking the Taliban to deliver the leaders of these groups to Islamabad.

Pakistan has expressed concerns about terrorist threats emanating from Afghanistan and has raised these concerns with the Taliban.

Islamabad is currently demanding the Taliban to hand over “leaders of terrorist groups” as violence in various parts of the country, particularly Baluchistan, has surged ahead of the upcoming general elections.

On Thursday, a blast in Quetta, Pakistan resulted in at least one fatality and another person injured.

In recent days, Baloch insurgents have launched coordinated attacks in several areas of Baluchistan, resulting in significant casualties.

Express Tribune reported that Pakistan experienced 27 separate attacks in January 2024, with no group claiming responsibility for these incidents.

The Pakistani newspaper stated that the Pakistani Taliban (TTP) agreed to a verbal ceasefire with Islamabad through the mediation of the Afghan Taliban, during the election period.

The situation highlights Pakistan’s persistent security challenges, particularly concerns regarding cross-border terrorism. Cooperation with the Taliban is seen as crucial to tackling these issues, and Baloch’s call for action underscores the urgency of addressing the terrorist threat and ensuring regional stability.

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