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US allowed Pak to quietly evacuate fighters?

The United States allowed Pakistan to quietly send half a dozen flights into an American-controlled airfield in Afghanistan and evacuate some of the Pakistani military personnel and jehadis (holy war warriors) holed up in Kunduz, media reports said in Washington on Saturday.

"Pakistan does not want to see its citizens killed en masse, and because it is a vital American ally in this war. Pakistani planes reportedly flew into Kunduz to get Pakistani fighters out of there," The New York Times reported.

Reports said officials are adopting a policy of 'neither confirmation nor denial'.

The reports do not indicate whether the US has any assurance that the jehadis withdrawn from Kunduz will not go to Kashmir, Chechnya, the Philippines, Azerbaijan and other hotspots where they are waging war to create Islamic states.

PTI

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