Karachi, Oct 16 (ANI): Pakistan has rejected US claims that a Pakistani operative was in Kunduz hospital run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) that was hit by a US airstrike.
According to The Dawn, Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said that allegations implicating Pakistan were baseless.
He said that Pakistan’s non-interference in Afghanistan’s internal affairs was one of its key pillars of Afghan policy.
Pakistan is fully committed towards preventing its territory from being used against any other country, including Afghanistan, he added.
A report had said that US analysts already knew that the bombed hospital was a protected medical site and believed it was being used by a Pakistani operative to co-ordinate Taliban activity. (ANI)