The protestors who staged a peaceful rally in Kabul, blamed Pakistan of being involved in recent deadly attacks in Afghan capital which left hundreds of people dead and wounded.
“Pakistan clearly have been working to destroy Afghanistan; today the world knows that Pakistan is supporting terrorists,” said Bahauddin Jowzjani, a protester.
The demonstrators who were chanting “Death to Pakistan, ISI and Taliban”, asked the government to execute Anas Haqqani – the son of Jalaluddin Haqqani, the former anti-Soviet guerrilla commander who founded the terrorist network. Anas is currently under the Afghan government’s captivity and three court’s have ordered death penalty against him.
“Taliban and those militants who have been sentenced to death, should be hanged in front of all those who have lost their loved ones,” said a protester Laila Jafari.
This comes as Afghan security officials have repeatedly accused Pakistan of providing sanctuaries to Afghan Taliban and Haqqani Network in its soil who target Afghanistan.
Recently, Afghan Intelligence and Interior Minister have visited Pakistan to share evidence that the recent attacks in Kabul was planned there.