Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has called Pakistan the “center of the Taliban” and urged Islamabad to take serious measures and practical actions against the terrorist groups.
Ghani in an address to the nation on Friday said his country has provided Pakistani authorities with a complete list of insurgents.
“We are waiting for action. Talks and process are only words on paper. Afghanistan’s people demand actions and clear actions,” he said.
He also urged those among the Taliban who wanted to talk peace with the government to separate themselves from those who want only to fight.
Regarding to the recent incidents in Kabul, President said eleven suspects had been arrested in connection with the recent bloody attacks and promised the Afghan people to take revenge event if it takes a hundred years.
“The attack is not against our men, women or children but against the Afghan nation and it requires a national, comprehensive response,” adding a new security plan for Kabul would be ready on Sunday.
Yesterday, dozens of angry protesters gathered outside the Pakistani Embassy in Kabul, chanting slogans such as “Death to Pakistan” and burning flags of the country.