Imran Khan asks for inclusive government in Afghanistan
Pakistani Prime Ministry Imran Khan has said that he has initiated a dialogue with the Taliban leaders so that they establish an all-inclusive government in Afghanistan.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_ said that he was asking for a government that includes the , Uzbeks, and Hazaras.
The Premier in a series of tweets said that such in inclusivity will ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan which will be ensured after 40 years of conflict in the country.
Khan added that a stable and peaceful Afghanistan is not only in the interest of the country but the regional countries as well.
As per the Twitter posts, Imran Khan had a discussion over Afghanistan with leaders from the neighboring countries of Afghanistan especially the president of Tajikistan, .
This comes as the Taliban have repeatedly been saying that they are establishing an inclusive government but the caretaker cabinet of them is thoroughly unilateral and there is no sign of inclusivity in the cabinet.
The of Afghanistan has said that the cabinet was much required and is temporary so that they can reshuffle and include experts in the apparatus later.