Ground Report | New Delhi: Pakistan is our second home; Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said on Wednesday that the group, which now rules Afghanistan, considers Pakistan as its second home and will not allow any activity on Afghan soil that is against Pakistan’s interests.
Speaking to Pakistan-based ARY News, Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid talked about concerns about women’s rights from government formation in Kabul to how the Taliban would navigate an economic crisis that would find the country ravaged by war. Is. Only after the US and IMF installments have dried up.
Pakistan is our second home
“It has been almost 12 days since the Islamic Emirate entered Kabul. Zabihullah Mujahid said, “We have controlled all areas, restoring peace and normalcy.” Addressing concerns about women’s rights, she said the Taliban would provide women with all rights based on Islam. “We are trying to create a conducive environment for women’s education, work and employment.”
Responding to a question about US and IMF sanctions, a Taliban spokesman said: “We have not yet announced a government. It will be clear how the country’s economic system works only after a government is formed.” He said that the incoming government would restore the banking and tax collection system, strengthen the country’s economy through agriculture and trade, and try to free all the reserves and things that have been frozen or confiscated.
“We want a government in Afghanistan that is strong and based on Islam and of which all Afghans are a part. We are working on it and waiting till we succeed in forming a strong and stable government.”
He made it clear that the Taliban would not allow Afghan soil to be used against any other country. He was of the view that Pakistan and India should sit together to resolve all their outstanding issues as both are neighbors and their interests are interlinked.