Pakistan Taliban Relationship: Pakistan is working to increase violence in Afghanistan by providing help to the Taliban. The Vice President of Afghanistan has told that Pakistan’s military and intelligence agencies are supplying weapons to Taliban terrorists.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh (Imran Khan-Amrullah Saleh)
Pakistan Helps Taliban: Pakistan is continuously helping the Taliban by sending weapons and fighters, due to which Afghanistan is very angry. Amrullah Saleh, the Vice President of Afghanistan has tweeted about this and has given information about the actions of Pakistan. He has told how Pakistan is supporting the Taliban in this fight. Saleh alleged that the Taliban have close ties with Pakistan’s military and intelligence agency ISI.
Vice President Saleh reiterated the statement of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Pakistan that the Taliban also have deep links with terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba and Al-Qaeda. He told that the Taliban is keeping itself in the fight because it is getting supplies (arms and ammunition) from GHQ (Pakistan Army Headquarters) and ISI (Pakistan’s intelligence agency). A group of Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Al Qaeda and Madrasa Volunteers are using Pakistani supplies to infiltrate.
Pakistan sending terrorists
He said that if Pakistan’s army and ISI stop helping the Taliban, then it will kneel in a few weeks. Saleh claimed that the Afghan army had lost equipment but not weapons warehouses. In such a situation, it is believed that the relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan may remain tense in future (What Happened Between Pakistan and Afghanistan). Pakistan is not only sending terrorists to help the Taliban, but it also plans to damage Indian assets in Afghanistan.
Talibani taking training in Karachi
Amrullah Saleh has also claimed that Taliban terrorists have taken refuge in Karachi, Pakistan. There is a training center for the Taliban, where terrorists are trained. Not only this, Taliban is also running fundraising campaigns and madrasas for terrorism in Karachi. Significantly, after 20 years there has been almost complete withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan (Taliban in Afghanistan). Due to which the Taliban have taken a more aggressive stance and have captured half of the country. The Taliban say it now controls 90 percent of Afghanistan’s borders.
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