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Pakistan warns of response after cross-border attack in KP’s Chitral

Interim Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti says those who attack Pakistan are terrorists

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Pakistan has warned of response days after a cross-border attack from Afghanistan martyred four soldiers in an operation to repulse militants from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chitral district.

“It does not matter who attacks us. For us, everyone is a terrorist who attacks us,” interim Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti told a press conference centered on the crackdown against smugglers and hoarders in Islamabad on Sunday.

“Whoever attacked us, we will respond and our response will be seen, Insha’Allah.”

He was responding to a query pertaining to media reports, alleging that the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban had the support of Afghan Taliban in Afghanistan’s Nuristan province and that Afghan Taliban members were involved in the September 6 attack that was claimed by the TTP.


“It is premature to say whether Afghans were part of it or just there were TTP members,” Bugti replied to the query and reminded that the incumbent government of Afghanistan has signed the Doha agreement under which they have vowed to not allow their soil to be used against any country.

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