Pakistan mosque blast: The suicide attack on the police line mosque in Peshawar has shaken the whole of Pakistan. 101 people who came in the grip of the attack have died so far. More than 200 people injured in the blast are undergoing treatment in the hospital. Many of them are fighting between life and death. That is, the death toll can increase further.
After this incident, questions are being raised on the security system of Pakistan. Investigation is going on as to how such a big lapse in security happened. Meanwhile, the responsibility of the suicide attack has been taken by a faction of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. At the same time, after this incident, the dispute between Pakistan and Taliban seems to be increasing. Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khwaja Asif has blamed the Afghan border behind the incident. On which the Taliban has been infuriated.
Pakistan accused Afghanistan
Actually, the Defense Minister of Pakistan has said that the terrorists are gathered near the Afghan border. Pakistan has been saying earlier also that the Afghan Taliban is giving its land to be used against Pakistan. Now Mullah Amir Muttaki, the foreign minister of the Taliban government, has spoken on this issue.
According to Tolo News, Amir Muttaki said that Pakistan should stop blaming Afghanistan, Pakistan should solve its own problems. Not only this, he went to the extent of saying that Pakistan should stop throwing its garbage in other people’s homes.
Video: Speaking at the opening of a 5,000-bed support facility for drug addicts, the acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said that Pakistan should not “throw its snow on other people’s roofs” and that it should deal with its own issues.#TOLOnews pic.twitter.com/1MImqsSiwo
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Earlier, Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khwaja Asif had said that this does not happen in India, those who offer Namaz are not killed in India and Israel, but this happened in our country. The Defense Minister said that now the time has come to fight the war against terrorism. He said that we need to reform our home (Pakistan). Along with this, he appealed to the people of Pakistan to come forward together in the hour of grief.
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