KABUL: Pakistani hospitals are welcoming injured Taliban militants from the war in Afghanistan, providing shelter and treatment as they are pushed back across the Durand Line by Afghan security forces.
A video released by the AFP news agency shows wounded Taliban militants are being treated in a Pakistani hospital.
For years, the Pakistani government has harbored the Taliban, providing sanctuaries, support, equipment, and medical treatment.
The wounded fighters are reported to be the Afghan-Taliban who are brought back from Spin-Boldak border checkpoints where heavy fighting is going on between the National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) and the insurgency group.
Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan president, directly called out the neighboring country for its involvement with the insurgency group in the Central and Southern Asia connectivity conference held in Tashkent on Friday.
Pakistan has a long history of aiding and assisting the militant-terror group, furthering the suffering of Afghan people.