‘Masood Azhar is not here with us, he is operating from your soil ..’, saying this, Taliban opened Pakistan’s pole

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Jaish-e-Mohammed chief is not in Afghanistan. Such organizations can operate on Pakistani soil and even under official protection.
We will not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against any other country.
Mujahid said in an interview with Afghanistan’s Tolonnews that he had seen the news in the media

Islamabad: The Taliban government of Afghanistan on Wednesday dismissed the news of Pakistan media saying that such terrorist organizations work on Pakistani soil. Yes, recently a Pakistani media had claimed to have Jaish-e-Mohammed Azhar in Afghanistan. To this, Afghan government spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, while responding, claimed that Pakistan has sent a letter to him in which Pakistan has demanded handing over to Islamabad.
Afghanistan, The News reported on Tuesday, quoting a Pakistani Foreign Ministry official as saying that “we have written a one-page letter to the Afghan Foreign Ministry, asking the Afghan government to trace and report and arrest Masood Azhar.” Because we believe that he is hiding somewhere (East Nangarhar Province).

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Mujahid said in an interview with Tolon News of Afghanistan that he had seen the news in the media. Mujahid said, “But it is not true. No one has made such a demand from us.” Mujahid said, “The Jaish-e-Mohammed chief is not in Afghanistan. Such organizations can operate on Pakistani soil and even under official patronage.” We will not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against any other country.

Azhar is a fugitive released by India in 1999 in exchange for passengers of hijacked Indian Airlines aircraft IC-814. He was serving a sentence in a jail in India for kidnapping Western tourists in the country. After his release in 1999, Azhar formed the JeM and carried out several audacious terror attacks in India.

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