Youth Activists Network (YAN) on Monday staged protest, condemning Pakistan over its interferences in Afghanistan affairs.
Amid anti-Pakistan slogans, dozens of the members of Afghan Youth Activists Network called on the government a clear position against the neighboring country and demand mobilize of Afghan people against Pakistan.
They said that Afghan people are fed up over Pakistan’s involvement in insecurity of Afghanistan and the Afghan government should no longer believe its deceiver commitments.
Stopping Peace Talks, cutting ties with Pakistan, the execution of suicide bombers and expose of spies inside and outside the government are the serious demands of the network which noted in front of reporters’ cameras.
Afghan’s anger intensified after a deadly suicide bombing in Shah Shahid area of Kabul city that dozens were killed and more than hundreds were wounded and also considered the involvement of Pakistani intelligence in the attack.
Earlier, lawmakers, provincial council members and civil society activists and Afghan analysts also demanded the Afghan government to suspend political relations with the neighboring country which has still not taken any measures regarding the issue.
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.
Reported by Nawid Bahar