The Kunduz fact-finding commission, appointed by President Ashraf Ghani, on Saturday released their findings into the recent fall of the city to the Taliban and said there had been no government-linked conspiracy behind the incident but that the Taliban had received orders from Pakistan.
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Commission chairman, former NDS chief, Amrullah Saleh said Kunduz war had been planned by an “army and an intelligence service” and that the Taliban were taking orders during the siege from Peshawar.
But is the report realistic and what approach should the government adopt over the report?
In this episode of FARAKHABAR, host Yama Siavash discusses the topic with the following guests,
Fatima Aziz, MP
Mohammad Ayoub Rafiqi, commission member