Of Harry, who is currently serving in Afghanistan as an Apache helicopter co-pilot gunner, he said: "The British prince comes to Afghanistan to kill innocent Afghans while he is drunk. He wants to hunt down Mujahideen with his helicopter's rockets, without any shame.
"During the Mujahideen's attack on the American base the prince saw that he was the one about to be hunted and was searching for a hole in which to hide himself."
But a military source dismissed his claims, saying: "The idea that highly skilled and professional Apache pilots operate drunk is patently ridiculous and completely made up.
"It is nothing more than a see-through attempt to undermine the very real progress being made in Afghanistan by UK troops and their Afghan partners."
The comments made by Hekmatyar, a former prime minister of Afghanistan, come just weeks after David Cameron signalled that British troops could be withdrawn from Afghanistan even faster after better-than-expected progress by the country's own security forces.
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