The Afghan government must convince the international community to cut off all aid funding to Pakistan, members of Hezb-e Islami Union Council said.
Members of Hezb-e Islami Union Council declared that they are sure Pakistan will never be honest with Afghanistan, and sending any delegation for talks would have no result.
However, they support President Ghani’s recent position against Pakistani government but stating that President must not trusted Pakistan.
“Pakistan has proved that has no honesty against Afghanistan. We should not expect any honesty from it,” Hamayoun Jarir, member of Hezb-e Islami Union Council said.
They criticized president’s last optimisms over Pakistan and are said to believe the government should provide internal unity against Pakistan.
“Previously, we were extremely optimistic over Pakistan which is not acceptable. The government, parties and leaders must unite because it is clear where the center of terrorism is,” Joma Khan Hamdard, CEO of Afghanistan Hezb-e Islami Council said.
Hezb-e Islami Union Council in a press release also expressed concern over militias of in the country, particularly the Northern Provinces.
Many in Afghanistan accuse Pakistan of being host to Taliban bases that are used to plan attacks such as the bombings over the weekend. Pakistan, which faces its own Taliban insurgency, denies that it has actively allowed its territory to be used in this way.
Pakistan last month hosted inaugural talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, who are fighting to re-establish hard-line Islamist rule more than 13 years after the U.S.-led military intervention that toppled their regime.