New Delhi: Taliban representative Zabiullah Mujahid has rejected that Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) boss Maulana Masood Azhar was in Afghanistan. Zabiullah said that he is in Pakistan as it were. Pakistan is professing to show the world.
Pakistan has composed a letter to Afghanistan for the capture of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) boss Maulana Masood Azhar, Bol News cited sources as saying that Maulana Masood Azhar is most likely present in Nangarhar and Kanhar areas of Afghanistan.
Nonetheless, responding precisely, Islamic Emirate representative Zabiullah Mujahid said, “The head of the Jaish-e-Mohammed bunch hasn’t arrived in Afghanistan. This is an association that can occur in Pakistan. At any rate, he isn’t in Afghanistan and we have not been asked anything like this. We have caught wind of it in the news. Our response is that this isn’t accurate.
Besides, the Taliban-drove unfamiliar service said such claims could influence relations among Kabul and Islamabad. Abdul Kahar Balkhi, a representative for the Taliban, said: “We approach all gatherings to cease from making such claims with practically no proof and records. Such media claims can antagonistically influence reciprocal relations.
The report comes after Paris-based worldwide guard dog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) constrained Islamabad to act against some UN-assigned psychological oppressors who are currently offering the chance of being avoided with regards to the dark rundown. Remarkably, Pakistan’s new crackdown on Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Operational Commander Sajid Mir, whom it keeps on pronouncing dead, is a consequence of proceeded with tension from FATF on Pakistan.
Pakistan keeps up with that Azhar is absent in Pakistan and is probably going to be in Afghanistan. Notwithstanding Pakistan’s case that he can’t be followed, he keeps on distributing articles on Pakistani virtual entertainment networks empowering JeM frameworks to join jihad. The Taliban takeover of Kabul is lauded by the case that a Taliban triumph will open the way for Muslim triumph somewhere else.