Afghan Troops Track Pakistani Generals Who Escaped Kunduz in Burqas: Murad

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  1. DFI_COAS

    DFI_COAS Regular Member

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    Gen. Murad Ali Murad, the deputy chief of staff of the Afghan National Army (ANA), on Monday said in Kunduz that Pakistani generals believed to have been involved in the Kunduz battle escaped the city wearing burqas but warned that security forces will track them down.

    Murad had been speaking at an event where Afghanistan's flag was once again raised above the Kunduz governor's building. He said the generals will be identified, tracked down and captured.

    Murad while delivering a speech to the people said that militants are failing in Kunduz and that the government forces are intent on capturing the Pakistani generals who participated in the Kunduz battle.

    "We will identify and detain these Pakistani generals who are hiding now and escaped wearing women's burqas," Murad said.

    Meanwhile, Murad called on the city's residents to cooperate with security forces in tracking down the insurgents that were still hiding in the city.

    "The people should co-operate with the security forces to identify the enemies who are in hiding," Murad added.

    Meanwhile, Hamdullah Danishi, the acting-governor of Kunduz province on Monday started work officially.

    "I was beside our security forces in that tough tragedy and I praise our security forces for their courage, zeal and faith," said Danishi.

    During the flag raising event, Murad also said they will identify those who paved the way for insurgents to enter Kunduz.

    This comes after officials finally managed to retake control of most parts of the city on Monday. It is however believed that there are still insurgents hiding in homes in the city – despite over 400 having been killed.

    The city fell to the Taliban in the early hours of last Monday morning and was under siege for six days. During that time, the insurgents brutalized the residents, with reports off death squads emerging. Murders and gang rapes were also widespread, as was looting and pillaging of homes, businesses and shops.

    However, a heavy presence of troops in the city has enabled residents to finally come out from hiding.


    How shameless can these people get?

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  3. FRYCRY

    FRYCRY Regular Member

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    Pakistan doesn't wants to have a stable and democratic afghanistan , pak wants to have influence over afghan as if it is their province the kind of influence we Indians thinks we have over Nepal.
     
  4. Srinivas_K

    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    post reported for offensive language.
     
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    DingDong Senior Member Senior Member

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    You underestimate us Indians. We are the Regional Hegemonic Power of South Asia. Pakistan can try but it is our mental slave for it's obsession with India, Bollywood and Indians. There is nothing called a relation based on equality between two countries. Big fish eats the smaller ones. We are the big fish in South Asia.

    Back on topic, recent incidences suggest that not much has improved between Afghanistan and Pakistan despite the regime change. Weren't the experts in India concerned about India loosing her clout in Afghanistan? Pakistan is trying to play a game which is beyond Pakistan's Aukaat.
     
  6. Yusuf

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    New fatigue for Pak Army [​IMG]


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  7. musalman

    musalman پاکستان زنده باد

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    "A" Pakistani general !!!!!!!!!!!!! Why would Pakistan send its general. General are usually not sent on front line. In case of covert operation chances are absolutely zero.
    Kandoz is on Tajikistan border not Pakistan.
     
  8. bose

    bose Senior Member Senior Member

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    Have you forgotten the air lifting of Pakistani military personals at the fall of Taliban ??

    Kunduz Airlift:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunduz_airlift
     
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    Compersion Senior Member Senior Member

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    Afgans also seem to be wearing ladies jewelry by not attacking Pakistan inside and into its territory ...
     
  10. Blackwater

    Blackwater Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    chi cha

    its in ur interest to keep Afghanistan unstable because what ever your army and ur govt got in $$$$ in these lat 14 yrs and during soviet -afghan war, is because of unstable Afghanistan

    so u should thank them for your military and civilian aid
     

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