Director Basic Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Main Basic Babar Iftikhar addressed an vital press briefing on the Afghanistan subject on Friday and mentioned that “something can happen” on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border however “we are ready” for all kinds of conditions.
He mentioned that Pakistan “trusts that the Taliban will take effective measures to ensure TTP does not operate against any country.”
Talking concerning the state of affairs alongside the Pakistan-Afghanistan border from a navy perspective, the DG ISPR mentioned that issues in the meanwhile are “fairly normal.”
“We have taken every possible step to maintain security at the border and every movement is under control there,” he mentioned.
The DG ISPR mentioned that aside from the folks of Afghanistan, Pakistanis have been the largest goal of violence in Afghanistan.
Talking concerning the state of affairs on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, the DG ISPR mentioned that after August 15, the border needed to be closed and reopened a number of instances.
“Soldiers of the Afghan National Army sought refuge in Pakistan several times,” he mentioned. “We treated them in line with military values and made their return possible.”
Answering a query, Maj Gen Iftikhar mentioned: “We trust Taliban will take effective measures to ensure TTP does not operate against any country.”
He went on to say that India’s function in Afghanistan had been “extremely negative” and the worldwide neighborhood wants to know it.
Replying to a query associated to the “possible refugee crisis” on the border, the DG ISPR mentioned that in the meanwhile, there are not any refugees on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
The DG ISPR additionally spoke concerning the current assaults on Chinese language nationals in Pakistan and mentioned that “comprehensive security measures” are in place.
“The ministry of interior is looking after the matter, and if there is a requirement, the security will be beefed up further.”
Replying to a different query, he mentioned that whereas there was “always a fear of a civil war” going down in Afghanistan, the state of affairs is risky and nothing will be mentioned about it as of now.
“Right now, there is no civil war in Afghanistan,” he mentioned.