K-P government takes notice of Pakistanis joining Afghan army

Asks commissioner Malakand division, other concerned departments for more relevant information.


Web Desk August 02, 2012

PESHAWAR: The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Home and Tribal affairs department has taken notice of information regarding a large number of young people from Chitral district joining the Afghan National Army.

According to a reliable source of the provincial government, Chitral residents are serving in the Afghan army.

Keeping in view the sensitivity of the issue, the Home department has asked the commissioner Malakand division and other concerned quarters for detailed information about the incident.

Data regarding the number of Pakistanis involved, their names, postal addresses and their regions as well as their employment status in Afghanistan will help us take appropriate action in accordance with the law, the home department stated in a press release.

COMMENTS (18)

OG | 8 years ago | Reply

@SkinTaj: hahaha pleasee!! if we are one blood then i am cutting my wrists open and bleeding out cause I don't want such blood inside of me! afghans are not the same as Pakistanis! not even close! Afghans are what they have always been; fighting each other when their not fighting foreigners! and also they are backward people! Afghanistan is probably the least developed country in the world... Even African countries are better then Afghanistan

Saad A | 8 years ago | Reply

65 years forced coexistence on inequality basis can't let the Pashtuns do away with their thousands of years homeland from Oxus to Indus. We have done nothing for the Pashtuns living with us, except for giving them bad name and Image for the deeds we have done. all the sipah, jesh, dawas, lashkars are being created on Punjabi soil yet we blame Pashtuns for that. Lets have the ability to be critical about ourselves. There aren't any pathetic banners in Peshawar or for that matter in Pakhtunkhwa, FATA and Pashtun belt of Balochistan, but if we are so miserable in even talking about our own Pashtuns, how can we ask and force them to be with us, a state in taters, while leaving their glorious past and they giving away Peshawar being the the capital of greater Afghanistan.

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