A number of Members of Parliament and tribal leaders in the south-eastern province say that Jihad against Pakistan should be taken seriously.
They emphasized that the international community must persuade Pakistan for peace in any way.
Hinting the recent deadly attacks in Kabul by the Taliban insurgents, tribal leaders praised religious scholar’s recent decision that announced jihad against Pakistan.
“Pakistan spends the international community aids to support terrorism, jihad must seriously be taken against this country,” Gul Padshah, member of Parliament said.
“Afghanistan current war leads by Pakistan ISI and the international community must persuade Pakistan to quench the flames of this war,” Khushhal Rohi, member of southeast provincial People’s Council said.
Minister of Border and Tribal also emphasized that Afghanistan neighboring countries intensify their interventions in the country with each day passing.
Meanwhile, Political advisor to President Ghani noted that peace efforts are underway and President Ghani’s recent position against Pakistan was one of Afghan’s long demands.
Following the recent deadly attacks in Kabul, social, political, religious institutions harshly reacted to Pakistan, calling on government to take serious measures regarding the issue.
At the same time, a number of mosque preachers in Kabul are said to consider the recent bloody attacks in Kabul against humanity.
They declared that killing Muslims in a brutal way is the defamation of Islam in the world which has no religious justification.
Other religious scholars warned Pakistan that if the country does not stop killing Afghans they will destroy its country.
Afghan people accused 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.