Pakistani Diplomat shot dead in Afghanistan

Pakistani Diplomat shot dead in Afghanistan

Pakistani Diplomat shot dead in Afghanistan

"There had been serious threats to Pakistani embassy and consulate officials in Afghanistan and we had taken up the issue with the Afghan authorities". Janjua also denied that the United States has handed over any list of terrorist organizations present in Pakistan for taking action and insisted that there is no organized presence of any terror group in the country. A naval strategist once remarked that whoever controls the Indian Ocean dominates Asia and it can be characterized as a gateway, linking the East with the West and different regions of the world. No group has claimed responsibility for the abduction. According to Dr Mohammad Fasial, the Foreign Office spokesperson, this tragic incident of "gruesome murder" will be protested by the Afghan charge d'affaires.

The afghan national security adviser assured Nasser Janjua that a thorough inquiry would be conducted into the incident while Pakistan would also be apprised about the outcome. Also unusual number of Indian consulates in Afghanistan and military personnel are not there to forge economic cooperation but plan and execute anti-Pakistan agenda. Janjua said that Pakistan told the Americans in categorical terms that they have to take action against sanctuaries in Afghanistan's Kunar and Nangarhar provinces against the individuals who are detrimental to Pakistan's security and have found safe havens there.

She was briefing a meeting of Senate's committee on foreign affairs in Islamabad. This is important, as Pakistan has repeatedly expressed concern over India's role in the U.S. strategy, saying its security concerns in the region should be recognised.

Referring to Army Chief's recent visit to Afghanistan, Tehmina Janjua said it was a significant visit and the meetings with Afghan civilian leadership remained positive.

About anti-Pakistan posters in London, she briefed that the posters had been removed after Pakistan's protest.

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