Trudeau announced that his government would pressurise the Taliban to allow the people to leave Afghanistan and assured that he will work with other G7 nations to rescue as many people as possible.
On Tuesday (August 24), Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada would keep its military personnel in Afghanistan despite the deadline of August 31 set by the Taliban.
Trudeau announced that his government would pressurise the Taliban to allow the people to leave Afghanistan. The Canadian Prime Minister has assured that he will work with other G7 nations to rescue as many people as possible.
"Our commitment to Afghanistan doesn't end when this current phase, this current deadline, comes. We will continue to put pressure on the Taliban to allow people to leave the country," Trudeau said.
"We're going to continue to work every single day to get as many people out alongside our allies. The commitment by our fellow G7 nations is clear: we're all going to work together to save as many people as possible," he added.
Download Organiser Mobile App:
Mobile App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
Visit Us At:
Follow us on:
Background Music Credits: https://www.bensound.com
The Jammu & Kashmir administration also terminated the service of Farooq Ahmad Butt, a government teacher in Doda, over terror links. The Jammu and Kashmir administration, on Saturday (October 16), sacked Anees-ul-Islam, the grandson of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, from government service for aiding terrorist activities in the union territory. Farooq Ahmad Butt, a government teacher in Doda, has also been sacked over terror links. Anees was a ...