While talking to a press conference in Kabul on Monday, President Ghani said that the recent terrorist attacks in the country were carried out by groups whose roots are in Pakistan.
“My question from Pakistan is, if an incident like Shah Shaheed would have taken place in Islamabad with its roots in Afghanistan, what would be their reaction?”
President Ghani said that the terrorists were exported to Afghanistan from North Waziristan and now it threatens the entire region.
He urged Pakistan to prevent terrorist activities being planned against Afghanistan from its territory and bring Taliban to the negotiation table.
He said if Pakistan cannot do this then it should close their centers and bring them to justice.
“We want cooperation from Pakistan in war against terror, nothing else,” he added.
During Monday’s conference, President Ghani also made it clear that strict actions will be taken against the killers of Afghans.
He said that he has issued a decree to prepare a comprehensive list of those involved in the bloodshed and instructed the judiciary organs not to adopt a soften stance against those whose hands are red in blood.