IndiaAfghanistan's Taliban warns Pakistan after Rocket attack over 40 Civilians Killed

Afghanistan’s Taliban warns Pakistan after Rocket attack over 40 Civilians Killed

Pakistani Army launches a rocket attack on civilians in this nearly 40 civilians including five Afghan children were killed.

Border tensions between Pakistan and Afghanistan have escalated since the Taliban captured Afghanistan last year. In the meantime, the Pakistani Army launches a rocket attack on civilians in this nearly 40 civilians including five Afghan children were killed.

The Pakistan government has said militant groups are carrying out attacks from Afghan soil. Meanwhile, Najibullah Hassan Abdal, the provincial director of information, said that five Afghan children and a woman were killed in a rocket attack by the Pakistani army near the border with Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar.

Pakistani military helicopters also bombed four villages in the coastal province, targeting only civilian homes, killed more than 40 people. The Taliban government in Afghanistan has issued a warning to the Islamabad administration in the wake of the attacks.

Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, has strongly condemned the bombings and attacks by Pakistani forces on Afghan soil.

“I urge the government to reconsider its position and ensure that our sovereignty is upheld,” he said.

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A Taliban spokesman said the Pakistani side needed to understand that a war between the two countries would not benefit either side, which would create instability in the region. The incident has caused a stir.

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