Pakistan is like a second home for Taliban, Taliban spokesperson also made a statement about India

The Taliban, the Islamic terrorist organization that occupied Afghanistan, has described Pakistan as its second home. It is also said that we have boundaries and religion is one. So we are looking forward to good relations with Pakistan in future. However, the Taliban spokesperson also said that Pakistan has no role in their occupation of Afghanistan.

Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid has said in an interview to Pakistani TV channel ARY News that Pakistan is like a second home for the Taliban. The spokesman said that Afghanistan shares a border with Pakistan as both the countries belong to the same religion and the people of both the countries interact with each other.

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The Mujahid said it would not allow any activity on Afghan soil that is not in the interest of the neighboring country. The spokesman said Pakistan had no role in the Taliban’s attempt to take over Afghanistan and never interfered in their affairs.

Mujahid said that Afghanistan wants to maintain good relations with all countries including India. The spokesperson said that we hope that India will formulate its policy keeping in mind the interests of the Afghans.

The Taliban spokesman said that we have said before that we will not allow our soil to be used against any other country. Our policy in this regard is clear. Also said that ISIS has no presence in Afghanistan.

Mujahid said that Pakistan and India should sit together to resolve their outstanding issues as both are neighbors and their interests are linked. Regarding the formation of the government in Afghanistan, the Taliban said that we want a strong rule in the country, which is based on Islam and all Afghans should be part of it.

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