Afghan Taliban have termed the campaign of religious parties including Jamiat Ulema e Islam-F to bring Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz into power in Pakistan as against Islam and Shariah laws.
“The JUI-F and other religious parties have launched the movement which collided with Islamic laws,” read the statement issued by Afghan Taliban.
In response to statement of Darul Uloom Haqqania’s head Hamid Haqqani, they said that Afghan Talibans have been struggling against the occupational forces and their supporters in the country for last 20 years and the struggle was still underway.
On the other hand, it said that the Talibans were also struggling on political front to achieve their targets. “We will remove any hurdle that will come in our way,” they said.
They asked Ulema of Pakistan to do not interfere in their matters and avoid passing comments on Afghanistan as well as declaring themselves their fathers, rather they should ask their leaders to abolish the hand-made laws in their country and implement Islamic Sharia system.
“Why did they help foreign forces to intervene in Afghanistan? And why are you still supporting them?” they asked Pakistanis.