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Pakistani Taliban Attack Afghan Frontier Forces

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Monday, July 02, 2018

Kabul (BNA) While Pakistan army consider itself committed in war against terrorism and preventing passing armed groups from Durand Line, but Pakistani Taliban three nights ago, passing through militias’ posts of that country, attacked Afghan frontier forces at Muhmand dara  district , Nangarhar province.
BNA military affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes Mohammad Ayob the commander of Afghan frontier forces in eastern frontiers of the country says about 150 people from Pakistani Taliban movement attacking Afghan security forces  positions tries to capture frontier posts close to Pakistani army positions alongside Durand Line.
The attack on Khori frontier area in Muhmand Dara district, Nangarhar province takes place just after killing of Mullah Fazlullah the leader of Pakistani Taliban.
Mullah Fazlullah lost his life in an American drone attack.
In clashes between Afghan forces and Pakistani invaders a number of Pakistani Taliban movement members including a senior commander of the group were killed and number injured. The attack on Afghan frontier forces positions in Nangarhar province by Pakistani Taliban while the army of that country watching indicates that Pakistanis are not honest on their commitments for fighting terrorism and preventing armed groups entering Afghan soil. Building and establishing barriers along Durand Line is just is a propaganda and its main aim is separating the families who live in the two sides of Durand Line.  The so called established barriers have not prevented terrorist coming from other side of Durand Line in Afghanistan. Pakistani Taliban while the army of that country watching come to Afghanistan and target Afghan frontier forces positions kill, destroy  and freely and safely returned in to their hideouts. While Pakistani authorities consider themselves committed in fighting against terrorism but the army and militias of that country watching terrorist attacks on Afghan soil even prepare their safe passage in to Afghanistan.
Can one call such activities, struggle against terrorism?  What would be the answer of Pakistani politicians and militarists and Afghan politicians who believe in Pakistan’s words? 

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