Pak refutes news of ISI chief meeting with Afghan Jihadi leaders in Turkey
Kabul: Pakistan has refuted the reports about its spying agency’s chief meeting with Afghan Jihadi leaders in Turkey.
According to a media report, the Pakistani embassy based in Kabul has denied the reports about meeting of the ISI chief with Afghan Jihadi leaders- Atta Muhammad Noor, Abdul Rashid Dustom, and Muhammad Muhaqiq- in Turkey.
Dubbing the news as “fake”, the embassy has said that “no Pakistani official has met with Afghan Jihadi leaders in Turkey”.
Earlier, it was claimed that Lieutenant-General Nadeem Anjum, chief of ISI has met with a number of Afghan Jihadi leaders and has discussed the establishment of an “inclusive government” in Afghanistan.
This comes as officials of the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan have urged Afghan
politicians in exile to return to the country and “live peacefully”.