In a TV speech on Friday, Afghan President demanded that Pakistan should start taking immediate action against the insurgents instead of making pledges.
He also highlighted that they have shared a list of individuals who plotted recent attacks in Kabul and expects "practical steps" from Pakistan.
The extradition of the suspects took place back in November 2017, before Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's maiden visit to Kabul.
However, the handover had been kept confidential till now.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry Office declined to share more details of the Afghan Taliban and Haqqani network.
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have remained frosty due to the latter's constant blame on Pakistan's non-cooperation on tackling terrorism and insurgency and also sending terrorists to Afghanistan for conducting suicide attacks over the years.
This comes at a time when Afghanistan has been ravaged by a series of deadly terrorist attacks during the last few days, particularly in Kabul, which killed nearly 150 people and wounded hundreds more.
He had called for "decisive action" by all countries against the Taliban after the recent attacks. (ANI)