NSC: IS-K is a Serious Threat to Afghan People
The National Security Council (NSC) has said that the Islamic State (IS)-Khorasan group has posed a serious threat to Afghanistan with the horrific attacks on civilians.
The spokesman of NSC, Kabir Haqmal in a video message has said, “The IS-K poses a serious threat to Afghanistan and the world, and it needs an international consensus.”
Haqmal noted that the IS-K group has carried out dozens of bloody attacks on civilians and created a serious threat.
These statements come after a latest attack by IS-K group in Kabul, in which more than 200 were killed and wounded.
After the attack, President Ashraf Ghani called on the people to besiege against IS-K and other terrorist groups.
The Chief Executive, Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesday during his electoral campaign in Kabul, called the recent IS-K attack horrendous and stressed that it is a despicable group in Afghanistan.
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