Taliban slams inking BSA with U.S. vowing to continue war

SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association)

Taliban militants have condemned the inking Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the United States and vowed to continue war till the eviction of all foreign forces from the country, an on line statement of the outfit said Wednesday.

“The new rulers of Arg (presidential palace) by signing security agreement with America in fact betrayed the religion, the nation, people and the history of the country,” Taliban outfit said in the statement.

Inking such agreements will remain in paper and cannot affect the Jihad or holy war against foreigners, the Taliban stressed in the statement.

Afghan new government under President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai in the second day of assuming office inked Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the United States and Status of Forces Agreement with NATO, allowing limited number of the allied troops to remain in Afghanistan after 2014 pullout of the NATO-led forces from the country to train and advice Afghan national security forces.

Taliban outfit in the statement pointed out that “inking such agreement has no validity and Jihad against the United States would continue till liberation of the country.”

Taliban militants also conducted a suicide attack against Afghan army bus in Kabul leaving seven persons dead and injuring 21 others on Wednesday morning.



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