The National Directorate of Security (NDS) - the Afghan intelligence bureau - on Wednesday blamed the recent Kabul bombings on Pakistan's military.
Addressing a press conference in Kabul, NDS spokesman Haseeb Sediqi said the explosive materials used in the recent deadly Kabul bombings were of military grade and were not available to the general public.
"Suicide bombers are still being trained in Pakistan to be used against Afghanistan," Sediqi said in the wake of the recent barrage of attacks against Kabul, which killed over 50 people and injured more than 400 civilians alone.
Sediqi also accused Pakistan of not keeping promises it has made to Afghanistan.
"Pakistan promised us that it will not allow Taliban to hold gatherings in their country but we see these gatherings are actually happening," he continued.
"The Taliban is not from Afghanistan," Sediqi said, calling the group a tool used in Pakistan's proxy war against Afghanistan.
Referring to the death of the Taliban's leader Mullah Omar, the NDS spokesperson stated that tensions within the Taliban ranks had increased in the past few days following the announcement of his death.
Furthermore, he noted the agency has thwarted a number of planned attacks against Afghanistan in the recent past.
According to him, 548 insurgents were arrested and 50 surrendered to the government in the past three months. In addition security forces had also seized almost 1,500 mines in that time.
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