Pakistan Air Force has warned Afghan forces on acting against Taliban: Afghanistan vice-president Amrullah Saleh
According to Amrullah Saleh, the Pakistan Air Force has issued an official warning to Afghan forces not to attack the Taliban. "The Pakistan Air Force has issued an official warning to the Afghan Army and Air Force that any attempt to remove the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area would be met with and repulsed by the Pakistan Air Force," Amrullah Saleh warned late Thursday evening in a tweet. The Pakistan Air Force is now "giving close air assistance to the Taliban in select locations," according to him. While Amrullah Saleh made severe allegations against the Pakistan Air Force, he did not back up his claims with proof. Amrullah Saleh tweeted earlier in the day that the Afghan Army unit defending the besieged Qala Naw, the provincial capital of Badghis province, has turned the town into a kill/trap zone for the Taliban. He tweeted, "Today, the Talibs exploited the village elders to negotiate a truce so they could collect their lifeless bodies and go." "Also, our heroic commandoes of 215 Corps re-captured Chakhansour area in Nimroz, eliminating all Talibs and re-taking 10 APCs that were lost last week," he said in another tweet. It's only a question of time. Pakistan is unable to absorb Afghanistan.