Pakistan receives Taliban’s intimidating warning

Pakistan’s surrender photograph from 1971 was shared by a Taliban leader as a mockery of Pakistan

Kabul (Afghanistan) – The conflict between Pakistan and the Taliban is at its peak. After the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist organisation established a parallel Government in Pakistan, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah addressed the Taliban and threatened, “If the Taliban does not refrain from attacking our Country, we will enter Afghanistan and attack the bases of this organisation.

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“Taliban leader and Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan Ahmed Yasir mocked Pakistan by sharing a surrender photograph of Pakistan from the 1971 war. According to the caption, Pakistan should remember this “shameful” event. This photograph is from the war between India and Pakistan in the year 1971. The Pakistani army was badly defeated in this battle. Ninety thousand of their soldiers had surrendered. Lt. Gen. Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi signs the surrender document on behalf of Pakistan in this photograph. He was accompanied by Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Arora of the Indian Army. After this surrender, Bangladesh became a separate Country, and Pakistan was divided into 2 parts.

1. Deputy Prime Minister Yasir wrote on Twitter, “Interior Minister of Pakistan ! Excellent Sir ! Afghanistan, Syria, and Pakistan are not Turkey to target the Kurds in Syria. This is Afghanistan, the graveyard of proud empires. Do not think of a military attack on us, otherwise, there will be a shameful repetition of the military agreement with India.”

2. A few hours after this statement, the Ministry of Defence of Afghanistan also issued a separate statement, “claims by Pakistan’s Interior Minister that there are hideouts of TTP inside Afghanistan are false and provocative. Afghanistan is not ownerless or without any heirs and like always, is ready to defend its Country and its territorial security, and its freedom. Any attempt of aggression perpetrated towards Afghanistan will be responded to befittingly. We are well prepared to respond to any offensive.”

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