India discovered unexpected support from Afghanistan in its conciliatory offensive in against of Pakistan on Tuesday. Afghanistan emissary for India Shaida Mohammad Abdali said that nations in the region must come together as a whole to blacklist the Saarc summit in Islamabad over the host country’s part in “destabilizing” the area.
In an interview with media representatives, Abdali said the terrorist activities being unleashed by Pakistan were fatal are found state-sponsored most of the time. Now, neighboring nations near Pakistan are willing to join together to join to end this violence. Asked if India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh ought to hold hands to blacklist the Saarc summit in November, he said there must be a comprehensive effort in response to stamp out terror.
“Unquestionably, there is a need to single a nation that efforts to spoil our unity along with regional peace which in turn spoils nation’s connectivity,” he added. “There must be zero tolerance towards terrorist activities. It’s only possible if we unite together to initiate war against terror.” Abdali said.