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Won’t allow anyone to use our land against Pakistan: Afghan Taliban


Kabul: The Afghan Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said on Tuesday that the new Afghan government will not adopt the style of Western democracy.

At a press conference in Kabul on Tuesday, he said that the Panjshir issue will be resolved through negotiations and that the war will not be its turn.

The spokesperson said: “We will not allow anyone to use our land against Pakistan or any other country, and added that we will establish good relations with every country, including India. “We hope that the United Nations will help us unconditionally. “

To a question regarding former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf, he said, “What we will do with General Musharraf is not our subject.” At the moment we are talking about our country.

To another question regarding Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Zabihullah Mujahid said that neither he had knowledge of formation of any commission nor there was no need for the establishment of any commission.

He also asked the US to leave Afghanistan by August 31. “We will not extend the deadline for the presence of US troops in Afghanistan. They are capable of evacuating their citizens and troops by August 31,” Mujahid said.

A Taliban spokesman stated that the United States should stop evacuation of skilled Afghans, adding that the Americans are taking engineers and other “Afghan experts” out of Afghanistan. “We ask them to stop this process,” the spokesperson said.

Zabihullah Mujahid said that the Afghans who gathered at Kabul airport in search of a flight to leave the country could go home. “We guarantee their safety,” he said, adding that there is no list of people who have retaliated against. “We have forgotten everything in the past,” he said.

He went on to say that if India has a problem, it hopes to resolve the problem through diplomacy. He saw the negative propaganda in India, not targeting anyone.

Mujahid also said female Afghan government workers should stay home until security conditions in the country improve.

“It s currently for their benefit to prevent any ill-treatment,” the Taliban spokesman confirmed, implying that women will not be barred from working indefinitely. He claims that ladies have not been fired and that their salaries will be paid, so they should stay at home for the time being.

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