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Nawaz Sharif meets Afghan NSA, Fawad Chaudhry calls it int’l conspiracy

Nawaz Sharif's recent meeting with the Afghan NSA has caused outrage among Pakistan's officials and leaders. According to Pakistani leaders, the Afghan NSA has anti-Pakistan sentiments and Nawaz Sharif should not have met him. People like Nawaz Sharif fuel international conspiracies.

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Recently, Nawaz Sharif met with the Afghan NSA in London to discuss matters of “mutual interest.” The official Twitter account of the National Security Council of Afghanistan (NSCA) informed.

“Dr. Hamdullah Mohib, national security advisor of the Islamic Republic, and State Minister for Peace Sayed Sadat Naderi called on former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in London to discuss matters of mutual interest,” the NSCA press release said.

According to the press release, the two talked about strengthening democracy. They also talked about how a stable Afghanistan is good for Pakistan and the region.

The officials on both sides agreed that they would benefit from the “policy of mutual respect and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs.”

The news of the meeting caused outrage among officials in Pakistan as the Afghan NSA is notorious for accusing Pakistan of supporting and directing the Taliban’s insurgency in Afghanistan.

Furthermore, in May, the Afghan NSA referred to Pakistan as a brothel house during a speech in Nangarhar.

Read more: Did Afghanistan’s NSA call Pakistan a brothel house?

His crass caused anger among Pakistani officials who denounced him saying they “debased all norms of interstate communication.”

In response to these inappropriate statements, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi lashed out at the Afghan NSA.

“You should be ashamed. You should be guilty at your words and my blood is boiling ever since your speech in Nangarhar,” the FM said.

Read more: Pakistan to highlight India’s terror-financing issue at int’l level: FM

Pakistan has officially boycotted the Afghan NSA for his anti-Pakistan sentiments, and any contact with him is against Pakistan’s interests.

Nawaz Sharif’s meeting with Afghan NSA causes fury

Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Twitter people like Nawaz Sharif create international conspiracies.

“Sending Nawaz Sharif out of Pakistan was dangerous because such people become collaborators in international conspiracies,” the Minister tweeted.

“Nawaz Sharif’s meeting with Hamidullah Mohib, RAW’s biggest ally in Afghanistan, is a case in point Modi, Mohib, or Amrullah Saleh is a close friend of every Pakistani enemy Nawaz Sharif,” he said, accusing Nawaz Sharif of being friends with Pakistan’s enemies.

State Minister Sheheryar Afridi also claimed that the former prime minister was a “tool to be used against Pakistani interests.”

“Nawaz Sharif’s meeting with Afghan NSA proves his connections with Pakistan’s enemies,” he tweeted.

 

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