Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail

The Afghan National Directorate of Security (ANSF) said the evidence and findings of the agency indicate that the horrible terror attack in Kandahar police command has been conducting from Pakistan. “The recent terrorist attack in the fifth district of Kandahar city has been launched by a terrorist attack affiliated with one of the terrorist training camps which are based in Chaman area of Pakistan,” the National Directorate of Security newsletter has stated this issue. During the attack, insurgents were systematically led by a person named Mullah Agha from Chaman area of Pakistan.”

The National Directorate of Security (NDS) has claimed: “The flow of conversations among the terrorists who caused the attack and their insurgent’s instructors in Pakistan is an undeniable document of the presence, activity, and leadership of the insurgent attacks on our soil on the other side of the line from Pakistan. Such acts endanger the ongoing efforts to bring peace and reveal the identity and intent of terrorists as a hired group. Once again, the Taliban proved to be fighting for the interests of others and leading their activities abroad.”

But the Taliban reject the announcement of the National Directorate of Security’s (NDS) Statement that “All of our operations are planned and implemented within the country, they do not need an overseas leader. The enemy is unaware of the operations, it has no information when it comes to attacking, losing, and dropping it again because of the public’s attention.” Meanwhile, the Afghan government reaffirms that Pakistan is playing with Doubles are trying to secure their own interests in peace talks. According to the National Directorate of Security’s (NDS) newsletter, this issue is now under the direction of the discovery institutions and will soon be part of the details of the Afghan citizens. A few days ago, the Afghan National Security Advisor claimed that the Taliban wanted to capture Kabul but failed to achieve these goals. “

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