Afghan Pop Star Aryana Sayeed Held Pakistan Responsible for Taliban Takeover

Afghanistan's famous pop star, Aryana Sayeed, who escaped from the Taliban after the takeover of Kabul, held Pakistan responsible for empowering the terrorist outfit.
Afghan Pop Star Aryana Sayeed Held Pakistan Responsible for Taliban Takeover
Source: Google / Image credit: ANI News

Afghanistan's famous pop star, Aryana Sayeed, who escaped from the Taliban after the takeover of Kabul, held Pakistan responsible for empowering the terrorist outfit. She also expressed gratitude to India for helping Afghans during the ongoing crisis. Sayeed further urged the international community to cut economic aid to Pakistan.

Sayeed urged the international community to stop the financial aid to Pakistan, saying, " I do blame Pakistan. Over the years, we have seen videos, seen evidence that Pakistan is behind empowering the Taliban. Every time our government touches the Taliban they see identification and it would see a Pakistani person, so it's very obvious that I blame them and hope that they back off and don't interfere in politics in Afghanistan anymore."

Source: Google / Image credit: ANI News
Source: Google / Image credit: ANI News

Sayeed expressed concerns about the future of Afghan women:

Meanwhile, Aryana said, "They are being instructed by Pakistan, their bases are in Pakistan where they get their training. I hope the international community, first of all, cut off their funds and don't offer funds to Pakistan for funding the Taliban. India has always been good to us. They have been a true friend, they've been very helpful and kind to our people, even refugees. Afghans who have been in India before have always spoken highly of the nation, its people. We are grateful to India. On behalf of Afghanistan, I want to express my utmost gratitude to India and I want to say thank you. Over the years we've realised that the only good friend in the neighborhood we have is, India."

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