Fazl-ur-Rehman to Pakistan Authorities: You Cover Up Your Failures

Fazl-ur-Rehman to Pakistan Authorities: You Cover Up Your Failures

KABUL, JUL 3: Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, the leader of Pakistan’s Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam party, said that the remarks of officials over Pakistani military operations on Afghan soil are based on the failures of Islamabad.

According to Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, in the last twenty years, Pakistan provided its airbases to the US to carry out airstrikes on parts of Afghanistan.
He said: “Twenty years, planes took off from your military bases in Pakistan and bombed Afghanistan. Where have you eliminated terrorism inside Pakistan now that you are targeting terrorism outside Pakistan, in Afghanistan? You cover up your failures.”

Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman tried many times to improve the relations between Kabul and Islamabad, and the purpose of his visit to Kabul was to discuss the common interests between both.

Shams Rahman Ahmadzai, a political analyst, said: “Maulana Fazl-ul-Rahman is one of the strongest leaders of Pakistan who lives in Pakistan. His talks or words about the relations with Afghanistan in the political and economic sectors can be improved because he is a strong and influential leader.

“Fazl-ur-Rehman is a strong leader among the leaders of Pakistan, but some of the things he did, the popularity he had in the past, is not the case now, but he is still a strong leader compared to other parties and can play a role in the relations between the two countries,” said Sayed Akbar Sial Wardak, a political analyst.

Earlier, the leader of Jamiat Ulema Islam Pakistan criticized the policy of Islamabad and said that Pakistan had given its airspace to America in the past twenty years to attack the border areas of Afghanistan.

These words from the leader of Jamiat Ulema Islam Pakistan following the recent statement of the Minister of Defense of Pakistan about the existence of shelters of the Pakistani Taliban and the possibility of Pakistan launching military operations against their hideouts in Afghanistan.