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Lawyer Gohar communicates Imran Khan’s worries regarding the deteriorating relationship with Afghanistan

The PTI chairman expresses concern over the deteriorating Pakistan-Afghanistan relations. He states that this situation did not occur during the PTI’s term in power.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Barrister Gohar Khan expressed the concerns of party founder Imran Khan regarding the declining relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan. He expressed disappointment over the perceived inadequacies in the government’s foreign policy approach.

The newly elected PTI chairman, who won during the party’s contentious internal elections, expressed concern over the deteriorating relations between Islamabad and Kabul due to security issues near Pakistan’s northwestern borders. Following a meeting with Khan, Gohar spoke to reporters outside Adiala jail, stating that the current Afghanistan-related crisis had not occurred during the PTI’s time in power.

Islamabad’s relationship with Afghanistan has faced turbulence due to the escalating terrorist attacks in Pakistan, as the nation alleges these incidents are orchestrated from Afghan territory.

Barrister Gohar attributed the current situation to what he considers the “poor” foreign policy implemented by the government led by Shehbaz Sharif.

This week, Pakistani forces conducted intelligence-based operations (IBOs) within Afghanistan’s borders, focusing on terrorists who utilize Afghan territory to carry out attacks. One such instance was the tragic March 16 incident in Mir Ali, North Waziristan, where numerous civilians and law enforcement officials lost their lives.

After the IBO, the Foreign Office declared that Pakistan has been expressing its significant worries to the temporary Afghan government for the past two years about the presence of terrorist groups, such as the TTP, within Afghanistan. The statement emphasized that these terrorists pose a severe threat to Pakistan’s security and have repeatedly utilized Afghan soil to carry out attacks on Pakistani territory.

The newly-elected lawmaker to the National Assembly reaffirmed his trust in the nation’s military, asserting that they possess the capability to safeguard Pakistan. In response to the PTI’s letter to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the party’s chairman explained that the correspondence aimed to inform the US-based financial institution about the circumstances in Pakistan.

He explicitly stated that the demonstrations held outside the IMF’s U.S. headquarters were orchestrated by overseas Pakistanis, not by any members from their party in Pakistan.

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