Afghanistan Crisis: Women protest against Pakistan on roads of Kabul
Afghan women came out on the road against the ISI chief and Pakistan. The protesters raised slogans of Pakistan Murdabaad and demanded the return of ISI Chief Faiz Hameed.
New Delhi: Pakistan has found it difficult to help Taliban in Panjshir. After the recent attacks by the Pakistani Air Force against the fighters of the Northern Alliance, it has started openly protesting in Afghanistan. Its hallmark was also seen in Kabul on Monday night. According to media reports, Afghan women came out on the road against the ISI chief and Pakistan. The protesters raised slogans of Pakistan Murdabaad and demanded the return of ISI Chief Faiz Hameed.
Afghan woman protesting against Pak:
Protests against Pakistan are already taking place in many parts of Afghanistan, but this is the first time that such a demonstration has been seen in Kabul. Here women took to the road at night and demanded a ban on Pakistan. In the past, Iran had also opposed the attacks of the Pakistani Air Force and objected to the intervention of the outside country in Afghanistan.
As soon as the Taliban took power, Pakistani intelligence agency Chief Faiz Hameed suddenly reached an unannounced tour of Afghanistan. It is being told that he is going to have a meeting with Haqqani network and Taliban leaders regarding government formation. Afghan citizens are angry with this and are objecting to Pakistan's intervention.
There are allegations of supporting the Taliban:
Pakistan is already being accused of supporting the Taliban. Many media reports, even several US military officials, have claimed the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI to be behind the Taliban. However, Pakistan has been denying the allegation.
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