New Delhi: Pakistan army General Raheel Sharif on Saturday asked United States to bomb the Taliban hideouts in Afghanistan.
General Raheel demanded targeting of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan militants and Mullah Fazlullah in their hideouts in Afghanistan, a statement by army said.
A high-level meeting was held with Commander Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan General John Nicholson and US Special Representative in Islamabad on Friday.
“Expressing his serious concern on the US drone strike in Balochistan as a violation of Pakistans sovereignty, Gen Raheel highlighted as to how it had impacted the mutual trust and respect and was counter-productive in consolidating the gains of Operation Zarb-e-Azb,” it said.
Raheel said that all efforts will be made to in order to eliminate the Tehrik-e-Taliban out of Afghanistan.
First Published | 11 June 2016 4:54 PM
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