‘Harassment’ on Kabul streets: Hostile environs force Pakistani diplomats to live in Embassy

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  1. rock127

    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    ‘Harassment’ on Kabul streets: Hostile environs force Pakistani diplomats to live in Embassy

    ISLAMABAD: All diplomats in Pakistan’s mission in Kabul have abandoned their residences to live in the Embassy compound in the wake of growing incidents of ‘harassment’, The Express Tribune learnt from sources Sunday.

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    Dozens of staffers have joined Ambassador Syed Abrar Hussain and other diplomats to live in the Embassy compound, sources said. Afghanistan is a non-family station for Pakistani diplomats. “The Embassy has shared with Afghan officials all incidents [of harassment], including a recent attempt by unidentified men to kidnap a Pakistani Embassy official,” one source said.

    Afghan government officials have assured the Pakistani mission and its staff of security, but they have been advised against venturing out of the compound until they witnessed ‘substantial improvement’ in the security situation. No Afghan official has visited the Embassy to personally reassure the ambassador and other diplomats.

    The Afghan media, which routinely use reports from the Pakistani media, is apparently blacking out incidents of harassment of Pakistani diplomats. “The Pakistani diplomats are virtually like hostages as they have not ventured out of the Embassy compound for a week over serious security threats,” another source said.

    Hostile and accusatory statements from Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Dr Abdullah Abdullah, Vice President General Rashid Dostam and the Afghan spy agency have forced Pakistani diplomats to restrict their movements. The Afghan leaders directly blamed Pakistan for the recent uptick in Taliban violence in Afghanistan, notwithstanding that Islamabad has condemned the terrorist attacks in the strongest terms.

    The Pakistani diplomats and other staffers shifted to the Embassy compound when “unidentified people riding in cars chased the Embassy vehicles” during their movement between the Embassy and their residences, a third source said. “We will not move back to our residences as we don’t see any change in the hostile environment,” the source quoted an Embassy staffer as saying.

    Some Pakistani officials believe the Afghan intelligence officials could be behind what they call an ‘organised campaign to harass everyone in Pakistani Embassy’s vehicles on the streets of Kabul.

    Pakistan has less than 20 diplomats in Afghanistan while Afghanistan has nearly 55 diplomats in Islamabad and its consulates in Peshawar, Karachi and Quetta.
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  3. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    Pakistanis are badly exposed and disgraced by two of its immediate neighbors. Last time they were humiliated in East Pakistan when they were held hostage and sput at by their own subjects.

    Kaali Karttot Kaley kaarmaney.
     
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    Everyone is turning hostile towards the most innocent and peace loving country in the world. Aatmi kuwaat and terrorism doesn't bring respect in any form. Wonder when these (in)sane Pakistanis will realize this. Ab pattey khelo aur strategic depth dhoondho embassy mein baithke.
    Brother countries have already discarded Pakistan and by the end of this decade, Pakistanis will see the true colors of their best frand too.
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    You should also include Iran in the list.

    All neighbours dislike Pakistan.
     
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    Pakistan is paying for supporting terrorists in neighboring countries... India, Iran, Afghanistan ...
     
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    Pakistan is source of disease in South Asia ,all neighbours should join hand and sanitise it
     
  8. blueblood

    blueblood Senior Member Senior Member

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    @Neo , What were you saying about India has lost Afghanistan?


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    Bhai matlab ab itna bhi kachra mat karo yar... Gajwa-e-hind koi to sath do... :p
     
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    Okay..Pakistani diplomats should do real diplomacy in foreign soil to bring down terrorism than fan it.
     
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    MoU with ISI dropped, says Karzai

    Mr. Karzai’s comments come months after the Afghan parliament witnessed uproar over the contents of the MoU reportedly signed in May 2015.

    A memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed in May between Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the National Directorate of Security (NDS) of Afghanistan will not be implemented, said former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai here on Thursday.

    ‘Rejected by people’

    In the first indication that the Ghani government may not be able to operationalise the controversial agreement between the two intelligence agencies, Mr. Karzai said it was “rejected by the Afghan people”.

    “The MoU does not remain, will not remain…No. We [President Ghani and I] had a conversation about that which will bear fruit as time moves on.

    “It [MoU] is something the Afghan people have rejected…they have not accepted it. It is clearly against Afghan interests,” Mr. Karzai told a small group of journalists during a visit.

    Mr. Karzai’s comments come months after the Afghan parliament witnessed uproar over the contents of the MoU reportedly signed in May 2015.

    Mr. Karzai’s comments come months after the Afghan parliament witnessed uproar over the contents of the MoU reportedly signed by Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil and ISI Chief General Rizwan Akhtar in Kabul in May 2015. Lawmakers in the lower house, the Wolesi Jirga had threatened to “invalidate” the MoU unless it was discussed and approved by them.

    In his first open outburst against the government, Mr. Karzai had called the MoU an “embarrassment”, which had led to a meeting between him and President Ghani in July. While Mr. Karzai holds no official post, he continues to be influential in Afghan politics and both President Ghani and CEO Abdullah have served in his Cabinet.

    Denying reports in the British paper The Guardian, that his criticism was seen as part of a conspiracy to unseat President Ghani, Mr. Karzai told The Hindu that the MoU with the ISI was a “national issue”.

    “As a citizen of Afghanistan I have a right to speak and say that it was wrong. Other than that I am fully behind the Ghani government and my services are always available,” he added.

    Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have taken a nosedive in recent weeks over a spate of attacks in Kabul and other cities, and President Ghani has issued two sharp statements blaming Pakistan for the violence. “There is credible evidence that the leadership, command and control centre, support infrastructure and sanctuaries of the Haqqani Network and other terrorist groups are inside the Pakistani territory,” President Ghani said in a statement on September 1, just ahead of a visit by Pakistan National Security Adviser Sartaj Aziz for a regional conference. The relations have been further strained after peace talks with the Taliban were cancelled in a cloud of mistrust over the announcement of the death of Taliban leader Mullah Omar.

    Speaking about relations between India and Afghanistan, Mr. Karzai said that the Strategic Partnership Council at the Foreign Ministers’ level must be revived at the earliest. As The Hindu had reported last week, the Indian government has rebuffed Afghanistan’s proposals to hold a meeting of the Council on at least four occasions this year, ostensibly upset over the close ties between President Ghani and the Pakistan military.

    While he refused to comment on whether that relationship was changing, Mr. Karzai said he “strongly recommends” that India launch the Strategic Partnership Council at the earliest. “The Afghan government wants this dialogue, and India must start it,” he urged.

    Mr. Karzai admitted that he was disappointed that the strategic partnership was not the one he “envisioned” in 2011. “In terms of reconstruction..[]…education, India has gone far beyond anyone else. In terms of security assistance, India has been hesitant, for reasons known to India, which we in Afghanistan would hope would have been better. India should be more forthcoming and forward-looking with the Afghan government and people much more.”

    In particular, Mr. Karzai said India had been “hesitant” to supply equipment requested by Afghanistan, acceding only to supplying limited numbers of military jeeps and ambulance, 3 helicopters, and providing training for ANA soldiers.

    (Full link of Mr. Karzai’s comments can be viewed online at thne.ws/HKarzai)

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/mou-with-isi-dropped-says-karzai/article7613187.ece
     
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    LOL What happen to pakistan atomic suppa powa?
    They deserve this..
    @Blackwater lagta hai ki iske peeche RAW ka haat hai..:rofl:
     
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    I remember the exact same thing being mentioned in a paki debate by some ex pak army guy that Indian diplomats cannot roam freely on Kabul streets. This was around the time modi got elected.

    I keep saying in case of bakistan "karma is a bitch".
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    The main Mard-E-Poppins His Lowness Zaid Hamid of Pakistan was detained by their Saudi Abba.Right now some Gays are violating his personal space in jail and doing Gazwa-e-hind. Here "hind" means backside in English. :rofl:

    So the Paki Mars Mission and Gazwa-e-hind is dropped and Pakis have to wait for at least 8 years and another 8 years when he gets out of trauma of being jailed and violated.

    The Aatmi Kuwaat Pakis SHOULD NUKE Saudis and get back their Supreme Commander.What's the use of being a Islamic Nuke shuppa powa when a tiny non-nuke country can insult you so much.

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    Saudis/UAE are also not loving Pakis much you see.Zahil Hamid insulted Saudis on their own land and got arrested with 1000 lashes up his sorry ass.Recently Pakis denied Saudi request to take part in attacking Yemen.

    Also UAE rubbed salt on Paki wounds by giving such a great red carpet welcome to Shriman MODI which left whole of Pakistan fuming in humiliation since Arabs treat Pakis like shit.

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    Pakis often says that they should nuke Afganistan and wipe out Afgans.

    Try to do it I say... :lol:

    btw our Paki panel is silent and nowhere to be seen.

    @blue marlin @Neo @Zarvan @musalman @Raja.pakistani
     
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    No, u r wrong. RAW ka haath nahi, RAW ka daanda ha

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  16. blueblood

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    @Neo where art thou?

    What, no colour commentary on how Pakistan cleverly pushed India out of Afghanistan?

    How Ashraf Ghani was eating out of Pakistan's hands?

    As I said, your Pakistani balls function only once a month so you cherish that.:laugh:
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    Seems like he is not getting funding for some days from ISI.

    Like the 50-Cent party he starts posting whenever he see new funds transferred in his account.
     
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