Withdrawal of US military from Afghanistan is a humiliating defeat


International Think tank Institute of Peace and development (INSPAD) President Dr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said that the failed US army withdrawal from Afghanistan is a matter of concern for India. If it does not leave Kashmir soon, it too will have to leave in disgrace. The dream of conquering the Afghans will never come true. The country in which the United States sent troops suffered a humiliating defeat but has not yet learned a lesson.

US withdrawal from Afghanistan
In a press release he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has shown national pride by responding to the United States with a “No More” for which the entire nation should thank him.
Establishing peace in Afghanistan is essential for Pakistan and South Asian countries. Pakistan has given full support to Afghans in every difficult time and Afghans are well aware of this. All India’s plans and conspiracies with Afghanistan to weaken Pakistan have failed miserably. Pakistan has become a powerful and influential country in the region.
The dream of spoiling the long-standing and ideal relationship between China and Pakistan has remained unfulfilled as all concerns have been allayed after the Prime Minister’s statement.

The forces that were conspiring against Pakistan should know that Pakistan is no longer alone but China, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and many Muslims and Western countries stand by us wholeheartedly. Army and government are on one page and the nation always is proud on our brave army.

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Dr Muhammad Tahir Tabassum is the Founder / President of Institute of Peace and Development (INSPAD) (Think tank), Ambassador UNIHW, Journalist Peace, Harmony Activist, Humanitarian, Philanthropist, Human rights Defender, Media Consultant, Columnist, Author, Public Figure, and Motivational Speaker. The author may be contacted at [email protected]