Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani on Monday afternoon addressed the nation and made it clear that Friday’s Shah Shaheed bombing in Kabul was unacceptable and that it was a game changer for the country.
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He said that as the Peshawar school attack had been a game changer for Pakistan, the recent Kabul attacks, targeting civilians, had also changed the face of insurgency for Afghanistan.
He went on to say that Afghanistan would not sit around the peace talks table with those at war against the country. In addition he emphasized that any moves towards peace talks in future would be done by Afghanistan only.
He said his stance on peace talks towards Pakistan was now very clear.
In this episode of Tawde Khabare, host Shapoor Bakhtiar discusses the issue with the following guests:
• Seddiq Patman, political analyst
• Helai Arshad, MP
• Gul Badshah Majidi, MP
• Jaweed Kohistani, political analyst