Pakistani hand and involvement of its spy agency ISI cannot be ruled out in attack on Afghan Vice-President Amrullah Saleh, one of the fiercest critics of cross-border terror and Islamabad’s interference in his country’s politics.
This is the not first attack on Saleh, a former intelligence chief as he has survived several assassination attempts, including one on his office last year that killed 20 people.
Incidentally the attack comes after Saleh’s comments on the Durand Line. “No Afghan politician of national stature can overlook the issue of Durand Line. It will condemn him or her in life & after life. It is an issue which needs discussions & resolution. Expecting us to gift it for free is un-realistic. Peshawar used to be the winter capital of Afg,” he had tweeted on September 7.
India on Wednesday “strongly condemned the cowardly terrorist attack” on Afghan Vice-president (VP) Amrullah Saleh who survived the terror attack