Taliban in Afghanistan: Pakistan’s concern is increasing amidst the increasing havoc of Taliban in Afghanistan. The Taliban also killed 22 Afghan commandos who surrendered.
The grip of Taliban is getting stronger in Afghanistan (Taliban in Afghanistan) – symbolic picture
Tension in Pakistan Over Afghanistan Issue: Today we will talk about the rapidly changing situation in Afghanistan and the relations between Taliban and Pakistan, which can create problems for Pakistan in the coming days. The havoc of the Taliban continues in Afghanistan. The video of this incident is from June 16. The name of the city is Daulatabad, which is located in the Faryab province in western Afghanistan, close to the border with Turkmenistan. The pictures in this video may disturb you, keep this in mind.
The soldiers seen in the video are the best trained commandos of the Afghan army. It happened that when the ammunition of these commandos ran out in the mission of expelling the Taliban from this city, they were forced to surrender. Surrender soldiers all over the world are not killed, they are taken prisoner (Afghanistan Pakistan Relations). And then they are treated according to the rules of the 1949 Geneva Convention. But where does the Taliban follow the rules of the world?
22 commandos hit with bullets
He put these 22 commandos of the Afghan army in a line and fired them with bullets. When the Western media gave this news to the world, the Taliban retracted from these killings saying that the visuals of this video are of old times and with the help of them an attempt is being made to defame them (Taliban on Viral Video). The truth is that the Taliban is rapidly moving forward, capturing land in Afghanistan.
The battle for supremacy going on in many districts
This thing has surprised all the countries of the world, who believed that the soldiers and commandos of Afghanistan, who learned from the trainers of the US Army, would fight the Taliban firmly (US Army in Afghanistan). Afghanistan’s new ambassador to India, Farid Mamundzai, has himself said that the Afghan army and the Taliban are fighting for supremacy in 150 of the country’s more than 400 districts. If experts in Western countries are to be believed, the Taliban has captured 200 districts and is busy capturing the rest of the strategically important areas at a great speed.
Government’s hold on selected provinces
The situation has become so severe that the hold of the government of Afghanistan is now confined to the capitals of only selected provinces and the transportation to these cities can be done only by air, because they are surrounded by Taliban from all sides. is (Afghanistan Pakistan Relations). The ongoing peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government in Qatar’s capital, Doha, have also become redundant.
Pakistan has always helped Taliban
It is clear that the Taliban now wants to do everything in Afghanistan on their own terms and is not ready to accept the words of any other country about this. Not even Pakistan, while in Afghanistan, this country has always helped the Taliban from the front or silently, whether in diplomacy or through military advice and equipment. The leader of the Taliban staff responsible for the Afghan soldiers who surrendered yesterday, July 13, said that now the war has moved out of the mountains and deserts to the gates of the cities.
Taliban wants surrender from urban people
He said that the Taliban want the cities to agree to surrender through talks without harming the cities. This is the old Taliban way of capturing cities by showing the fear of ruin. At a briefing for Pakistani politicians last week, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and ISI Director General Lt Gen Faiz Hamid told that Pakistan’s influence on the Taliban has diminished (Pakistan on Afghanistan Current Situation), because of its lakhs. Despite efforts, the Taliban is not agreeing to end the war and share power with the government in Afghanistan.
Taliban’s deep relationship with terrorist organizations
Along with this, the Taliban maintain close ties with terrorist organizations based in Pakistan- Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan and Al Qaeda. After fostering the Taliban for 20 years, Pakistan continues to confidently say that it holds the key to restoring peace in Afghanistan. But now when the Taliban feel that their victory is very near, then why would they listen to Pakistan. The big problem in front of Pakistan is that if it does not show its hold on the Taliban to America and other countries as promised, then the consequences can be dire for it.
FATF may impose restrictions on Pakistan
For example, so far the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has refrained from imposing financial sanctions on Pakistan on the question of terror financing, adopting a concessional stand. But these restrictions can be imposed in the absence of cooperation from the Taliban, due to which Pakistan may find it difficult to get cheap loans or help from organizations like IMF.
Most Pakistanis are supporters of Taliban
The second problem is that a large section in Pakistan is a supporter of the Taliban’s radical policies and if Pakistan takes military action against the Taliban, then along with opposition from their side, Tehreek-e-Taliban also in incidents of violence from Pakistan side. There may be a boom again, which this country has already struggled with. So the Taliban must be seeing everything green now, but the pressure of international society can become a problem for Pakistan.
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