Afghanistan News: Afghanistan has been occupied by the Taliban. There is a situation of chaos in Kabul. Meanwhile, at an event today, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, without naming the Taliban, said that it has broken the shackles of slavery.
Speaking on the occasion of the launch of the Single National Curriculum (Single National Curriculum) in Islamabad, Imran Khan said, “When you take education in English medium. English medium is very important for higher education. But unfortunately, it’s the way in which our system has progressed We don’t learn the English language for higher education. We adopt the whole culture. This is the biggest drawback. Because when you follow someone’s culture. You think that the other culture is higher than us. You become a slave to the culture”.
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In a video shared by Dawn News on its social media platform, Imran Khan says, “When you become a mental slave, you should remember that mental slavery is worse than actual slavery”. “It is more difficult to break the shackles of mental slavery. The shackles of slavery that it just broke in Afghanistan. But the chains of mental slavery do not break,” he added.
Imran to hold meeting
Pakistan’s security committee, chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, will meet on Monday to discuss the emerging situation in Afghanistan, a day after the Taliban seized power in Kabul and President Ashraf Ghani left the war-torn country.
External Affairs Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said in a statement that Pakistan will take a stand on the current situation after discussions at the National Security Committee meeting. The meeting will be attended by senior political and military leaders including Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and External Affairs Minister Qureshi.