The Afghan Intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) said Wednesday that specific elements within the Pakistani army was behind the deadly attacks in capital Kabul, apparently gesturing towards the country’s military intelligence – Inter Services Intelligence (ISI).
NDS spokesman Haseeb Sediqi told reporters that the attacks were carried out by the elements of the Pakistani army with the help of their mercenaries – Haqqani terrorist network.
He said the information regarding Pakistani army’s involvement behind the deadly attacks was provided by various sources including foreign countries.
Sediqi also added that the Taliban group has been under the leadership of the Pakistani army generals and insisted that the movement is not Afghan led.
This comes as scores of people were killed or wounded in a spate deadly attacks by the Taliban group in capital Kabul during the past one week.
Taliban militants detonated a truck packed with explosives in Shah Shaheed area of Kabul city early on Friday morning which left at least 15 dead and nearly 400 others wounded.
Two back to back explosions rocked capital Kabul late on Friday night which left at least 27 police recruits dead along with a NATO service member and 8 contracted civilians of the Resolute Support mission.
Another explosion near the entrance gate of Hamid Karzai International Airport left at least five people dead and nearly 16 others wounded on Monday.