The Chief of Executive Officer (CEO), Abdullah Abdullah is said to consider spies in the government body the main perpetrators behind the deadly incidents in Afghanistan.
Abdullah declared that there will be no more terrorist attacks if these spies wipe out from the government’s system.
CEO, Abdullah at the ministerial council session said that Pakistan has not taken any positive step regarding the fight against terrorism but publicly host Taliban leaders meeting, gives funding, training and sanctuary to the Afghan Taliban on a scale much larger than previously thought.
Pakistan was the main supporter of the former Taliban regime in Afghanistan, and Afghan officials have long voiced suspicions about connections between the hardline movement and Islamabad’s intelligence services.
“Spies are at the government’s body, they are the main perpetrators of these recent bloody incidents,” Abdullah said.
He also stressed that the government would not be silent against those who stand under Afghanistan’s flag but supports terrorist.
Links between the Taliban and Pakistan’s intelligence service have long been suspected. Pakistan has long been accused of using the Taliban to further its foreign policy interests in the country.
This comes as that head of peace council along with some members of the council in a gathering in Kabul announced mourning for the death of Taliban’s leader, Muhammad Mullah Omar.