Pakistan army chief’s role in U.S.-Afghan Taliban negotiations hailed by U.S.

Pakistan had also explained it to the United States military and civil officials that India had no practical role in restoring peace in Afghanistan.

Pakistan Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa following a prudent policy has played an important role in arranging negotiations between the Afghan Taliban and the United States officials.

The United States apparently looks happy over the role played by the military general.

Pakistan had told the United States that to end and deal with terrorism and to restore peace in Afghanistan, holding talks with the Afghan Taliban was inevitable.

Pakistan had also explained it to the United States military and civil officials that India had no practical role in restoring peace in Afghanistan.

The United States accepting the Pakistani standpoint kept India away from the Afghan Taliban and the result has come as a success.

It needs to mention here, the Pakistani military chief Gen. Bajwa defeated India in many matters including the strategic strike and on Kartaarpur corridor.