- The US State Department denies releasing any equipment or weapons.
- The Prime Minister asked about the weapons possessed by the 150,000-strong Afghan army.
- He says that Pakistan’s stand is based on facts and not on conspiracy theories.
ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakkar stressed that Islamabad stands by its stance regarding United States weapons being used for terrorism in Pakistan, highlighting that it Being sold in the black market not only in the country, but throughout the region. Also the Middle East.
This comment of the Prime Minister came while answering a question. geo news During a press conference at the PM House in Islamabad, a day after the US State Department denied leaving any equipment to the US forces during the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
“We are aware of the reports of multiple attacks on Pakistani security forces and facilities in early November and we offer our condolences to the families of the victims, but I want to be very clear about this: no equipment was left behind by US forces. During the withdrawal from Afghanistan,” US State Department Principal Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel said during a news briefing.
Meanwhile, PM Kakkar said the US’s approval or disapproval of the use of its weapons in Pakistan is irrelevant as there is objective evidence that confirms that these weapons are making their way into the black market and are being used. Used to be.
Prime Minister Kakar stressed that Pakistan’s stand is based on facts and not on conspiracy theories.
Addressing journalists, the Prime Minister spoke of the disappearance of the 150,000-strong Afghan army within just two days, raising questions over the fate of their weapons unaccounted for.
He asked where the small arms and equipment they had gone.
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