Taliban cautions Pakistan after rocket assaults kill 5 Afghan youngsters

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Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid speaks during a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer - RC2BKP997FPI


Pakistan got an admonition from Taliban experts on Saturday after rocket assaults killed five youngsters and a lady in Afghanistan.
The Taliban specialists cautioned Pakistan on Saturday after five youngsters and a lady were killed in Afghanistan in supposed rocket assaults by the Pakistani military in a pre-first light attack along the line.

Line strains among Pakistan and Afghanistan have ascended since the Taliban held onto power last year, with Islamabad guaranteeing assailant bunches were doing assaults from Afghan soil.

The Taliban deny holding onto Pakistani assailants, but on the other hand are goaded by a fence Islamabad is raising along their 2,700-kilometer (1,600-mile) line known as the Durand line, which was drawn up in frontier times.

“Five youngsters and a lady were killed and a man injured in Pakistani rocket assaults in Shelton area of Kunar,” common overseer of data Najibullah Hassan Abdaal told AFP alluding toward the eastern territory of Kunar lining Pakistan.
Ehsanullah, an occupant of Shelton area who goes by one name as numerous Afghans do, said the attack was completed by Pakistani military airplane.

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