Islamabad. The Taliban government has been formed in Afghanistan and the neighboring country of Pakistan is very happy with this. Recently, Pakistan held talks with neighboring countries regarding the future of Afghanistan. During this, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Ahmed Qureshi had talked about ending terrorism from Afghanistan. Meanwhile, a survey has come to the fore, according to which more than half of the population of Pakistan is in favor of Taliban in Afghanistan.
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According to the information received, more than 2400 people in Pakistan were asked questions about the Taliban. The survey ran from August 13 to September 5. In which it was asked whether you are happy with the formation of Taliban government in Afghanistan. The results that came out were astonishing. On August 15, the Taliban entered Kabul and with this President Ashraf Ghani left the country. In the past, every Afghan was aware of the Taliban’s rule, but this time the Taliban had told themselves to be changed but the circumstances are different.
At the same time, 55 percent of the people of Pakistan are happy with the rule of Taliban. Whereas 25 percent people are unhappy and 20 percent people did not give any response. The survey said that the Taliban has received the most support from the people of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan. 65 percent of the people here are in favor of the Taliban. Whereas 54 percent of the people of Punjab and Sindh and 59 percent of the urban areas gave their opinion in their support.
36% women also happy
There are also women in Pakistan in support of the Taliban who atrocities against women. 58 percent of the men supported him and 36 percent of the women supported him.
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At the same time, Pakistan expressed hope that the Taliban government will bring peace, security and stability to the war-torn country and work towards meeting the humanitarian and developmental needs of the Afghan people. Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed said that Pakistan is closely monitoring the evolving situation in Afghanistan, including the formation of a new political structure to meet the immediate needs of Afghanistan and the need for an administrative structure.