Pakistan Army Creating Sanctuaries For Taliban – Afghan Intelligence Chief
Afghan intelligence, National Directorate for Security (NDS) Chief Rahmatullah Nabeel on Wednesday accused Pakistani army for entering Afghan soil and construct sanctuaries for the Taliban militants.
Rahmatullah Nabeel Afghan NDS Chief and Zalmai Rassoul Afghan foreign minister said Afghanistan has failed to resolve cross-border attacks through diplomatic negotiations and urged for public revolution in this regard.
NDS Chief Rahmatullah Nabeel said Afghan public forces should be based on the bordering regions between the two countries and the cross-border attack issues cannot be resolved by deploying a number of Afghan national security forces.
He said at least 21,000 heavy artillery shells have been fired in bordering Kunar, Nuristan and Nangarhar provinces of Afghanistan since the beginning of the year and Pakistani army have moved forward inside the Afghan soil from Kunar, Nuristan, Nangarhar and Paktia provinces of Afghanistan, and are creating security check posts.
However, Pakistani Military Rejected the Claims of Cross-Border shelling.