ISLAMABAD – Former Interior Minister and Chairman Institute of Research and Reforms (IRR) Rehman Malik has said that in the fall of Kabul, there is a lesson for Indian Prime Minister Modi to not force someone to the extent that they respond and react more severely.
Rehman Malik said that Modi must stop his brutalities against oppressed people of Kashmir. He said that Ashraf Ghani should have resigned long ago. He said that he had predicted four months ago that Taliban are marching towards Kabul and they would easily occupy Afghanistan.
He said that India used Ashraf Ghani government against Pakistan and Afghan soil for terrorism inside Pakistan. He said that he applauds the defence forces of Pakistan who protected the country in a very testing and challenging time.