Afghan President refuses to visit Pakistan until Islamabad hands over terror accused

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has reportedly refused to visit Pakistan until Islamabad hands over the perpetrators of terror attacks in Afghanistan.
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India TV News Desk New Delhi 04 May 2017, 03:14 PM IST

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has reportedly refused to visit Pakistan until Islamabad hands over the perpetrators of terror attacks in Afghanistan.

According to a report in Dawn, Ashraf Ghani’s Deputy Spokesman Dawa Khan Minapal told  BBC Urdu that Ghani, during his meeting with Director General Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Naveed Mukhtar and Pakistan National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq, made it clear he would not visit Pakistan until Islamabad hands over the perpetrators of terror attacks in Afghanistan.

"I will not go to Pakistan till the perpetrators behind the attacks on Mazar-i-Sharif, the American University [in Kabul] and the Kandahar attacks are handed over to Afghan authorities and until Islamabad takes concrete action against Afghan Taliban militants on Pakistani soil," Ashraf Ghani said. 

Afghan President is believed to have presented documents to the ISI chief  relating to investigations into recent attacks in Afghanistan and urged Pakistan to hand over the perpetrators.

 
   
 

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