Maulana Masoud Azhar is in Pakistan, according to the claim of Afghanistan


New Delhi: Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid denied the presence of Army Commander Muhammad Maulana Masoud Azhar in Afghanistan. Zabihullah said he is only in Pakistan. Pakistan pretends to show the world.

Bull News quoted sources as saying that Pakistan has written a letter to Afghanistan to arrest the commander of the Army of Muhammad Maulana Masoud Azhar, that Maulana Masoud Azhar may be present in the Nangarhar and Kandahar regions of Afghanistan.

Al-Azhar is not in Afghanistan, it may be in Pakistan

However, in response to the message, the spokesman for the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said: “The leader of the Jaish Muhammad group is not here in Afghanistan. This is an organization that could be in Pakistan. Anyway, he is not in Afghanistan and we have not been asked for anything like that. We’ve heard about it in the news. Our reaction is that it’s not true.”

Moreover, the Taliban-led Foreign Ministry said that such allegations may affect relations between Kabul and Islamabad. Abdul Qahar Balkhi, a Taliban spokesman, said: “We call on all parties to refrain from making such allegations without any evidence and documents. Such media allegations can negatively affect bilateral relations.”

FATF Issue Report

The report comes after the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international watchdog, forced Islamabad to act against some UN-designated terrorists who are now offering the possibility of being removed from the gray list. It should be noted that the recent Pakistani campaign against Lashkar-e-Taiba operational leader Sajid Mir, whose death continues to be announced, is the result of the ongoing pressure from the Financial Action Task Force on Pakistan.

Pakistan asserts that Al-Azhar does not exist in Pakistan and is likely to be in Afghanistan. Despite Pakistan’s claim to be untraceable, he continues to post articles on Pakistani social networks encouraging Jaish-e-Mohammed cadres to join the jihad. The Taliban’s takeover of Kabul was praised by the claim that a Taliban victory would open the way for Muslims’ victory elsewhere.

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