Further than a month after India reached out to Pakistan for transferring food grains to Afghanistan through the land route, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday told a Taliban delegation in Islamabad that his country would “ favourably consider” a request by “ Afghan sisters” for transportation of wheat from India via Pakistan “ on exceptional base”.

Sources told The Indian Express that exchanges are being held on the modalities, given the “ critical situation” in Afghanistan due to the approaching downtime.
A statement by Khan’s office said “ The Prime Minister conveyed that in the current environment, Pakistan would favourably consider the request by Afghan sisters for transportation of wheat offered by India through Pakistan on exceptional base for philanthropic purposes and as per modalities to be worked out.”
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Sponsored by Zensciences See further The statement was released after Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi met Khan along with the group’s Finance and Commerce & Industry ministers and elderly members of the delegation. Khan “ reaffirmed Pakistan’s support to Afghanistan and the Afghan people in prostrating the dire challenges being faced by their country,” the Pakistan PMO statement said.
India had reached out to Pakistan in the first week of October by transferring a note verbale for allowing movement of exchanges carrying metric tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan. With downtime nearly then, and a fiscal extremity crippling Afghanistan, food

Some countries like China and Turkey have formerly started distributing food to Afghans. And India, which has a lot of goodwill among the Afghan people, also wants to do its bit, sources said.
Officers said the task of moving metric tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan would bear transferring exchanges via Pakistan. Islamabad is looking at the offer but is said to have refocused out that the scale — in terms of exchanges and roads — needs to be worked out.
According to sources, the logistics suggest that Indian exchanges may have to be allowed since it would else bear the wheat to be disburdened and loaded again at Zero Point on the Wagah-Attari border.

Pakistan’s statement came indeed as Taliban prophet Zabihullah Mujahid spoke favourably about the meeting on Afghanistan of National Security Counsels of crucial countries in the region, except China and Pakistan, that was held in Delhi Wednesday.
According to a paraphrase of his commentary, attained by The Indian Express, Mujahid said “ Regarding the conference being held in India, the region must have taken notice of the security of Afghanistan and considers the profitable stability of Afghanistan is in lesser benefit of the region. India is also a veritably important country in the region and we want good politic ties with them. The policy of Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan is that its land won't be used against any country. We want collective cooperation.”

He said “ Though we aren't present in this conference but we forcefully believe that this conference is in the better interest of Afghanistan as the entire region is considerate of the current Afghan situation, and the sharing countries also must be thoughtful of perfecting and securing the security situation in Afghanistan and helping the current government to insure security in the country on its own.”
Responding to questions, the prophet said “ Also, cooperation in business and frugality is also a need of the hour for the indigenous countries for establishing security in Afghanistan. We don't have any expostulation or anxiety with the conference being held in India and we're hopeful that positive issues of this conference will be utilised and enforced.”

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