Afghan forces opened unprovoked firing on innocent civilians: Chaman

source: sama news

Pakistan said on Friday that on Thursday, Afghan forces began firing at innocent ordinary citizens on Pakistan ‘s side of the international border.

“On 30 July 2020, Afghan forces opened unjustifiable fire at the Friendship Gate Chaman on blameless ordinary people accumulated on the outskirts of Pakistan,” the remote authority said in an statement.

As the announcement suggested, the Afghan soldiers also concentrated on Pakistani registration in Chaman, forcing Pakistani fighters to respond in “self-preservation” to protect the surrounding population.

On July 30, at any rate five people were assassinated and 15 others continued to be injured after the dissidents faced harsh criticism near the Pak-Afghan border crossing.

The traders, who have now cancelled their demonstration for, questioned the assertion of the Chaman fringe for as long as 2 months.

The remote office said in the episode that few people were murdered, and the state system on the side of Pakistan was not affected by the ending of Afghanistan.

“Apparently, there have been deplorable misfortunes on the Afghan side too,” the external office included. “This could have been avoided if the Afghan side had not started a fire.”

As stated by Afghan media, in either incident 15 innocent people were killed and 80 others wounded after Pakistani soldiers began shooting in Spin Boldak area at the Afghan registration.

“For comparable operations against Pakistani forces, the Afghan Air Force and the extraordinary forces were called upon to remain alert,” Tolo News quoted the Afghanistan resistance service as saying.

Pakistan’s information minister Shibli Faraz said at the same time that his government wants to strengthen its relationship with Afghanistan, he said, a few heels are trying to disrupt the circumstances of stability in the border.

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