After India, Afghanistan has also rejected an alleged dossier against external forces promoting terror. Regarding this, Afghanistan has said that Pakistan should allow a delegation appointed by the United Nations to confirm these claims. The Afghan Foreign Ministry said that Pakistan should raise such issues through existing systems such as the ‘Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity’ (APAPPS). The Afghan remarks come at a time when Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to visit Kabul this week.
Earlier on Sunday, India rejected Pakistan’s dossier, which talks about India sponsored terrorism. India said that Pakistan’s move was only an excuse that the global community would not take seriously as it is aware of Pakistan’s role in supporting terror.
The dossier was issued on Saturday by Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar. He had said that Indian intelligence agencies have been involved in terrorist incidents. He had also claimed that the land of Afghanistan was being used against Pakistan.
At the same time, this claim of Pakistan has been categorically rejected by the Foreign Ministry of Afghanistan. He said that we completely reject the baseless allegations of Pakistani army spokesperson in which he has claimed that the land of Afghanistan is being used against his country.