According to sources, India’s concern has increased after these reports. Meanwhile, the Taliban claimed control of about 85 percent of Afghanistan’s territory. The Taliban have rapidly captured many areas, especially in southern Afghanistan.
According to sources associated with security agencies, Taliban fighters are undergoing training in Lashkar camps in Hyderabad, located in Pakistan’s Punjab province. This training is being given with the help of Pakistan Army.
According to media reports, these terrorists of Lashkar and Jaish organizations, who have carried out terrorist attacks on India, are fighting with the Taliban in Kunar and Nagarhar provinces of eastern Afghanistan and Helmand and Kandahar provinces located in the southeast areas.
It is being told that these four areas of Afghanistan are adjacent to the border of Pakistan. The borders of Kunar and Nagarhar are with the tribal-dominated areas of Pakistan, while the other two share the borders with Balochistan.
Taliban is fighting in 200 out of 375 districts
Afghanistan’s envoy to India, Fareed Mamundzai, said about the deteriorating situation in his country, the Taliban needs to stop the violence and this bloodbath must end. He said, more than two lakh Afghan citizens have already been displaced.
Out of a total of 375 districts in Afghanistan, 200 districts are being fought between Taliban fighters and Afghan security forces. The situation is critical in 18 districts located on the borders of Afghanistan with countries like Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Iran.
Violation of the 2020 peace agreement, alarm bells for the international community
According to sources, taking Taliban’s help from Lashkar and Jaish is in violation of the 2020 peace deal, which was signed by the Taliban and the US. Earlier in June, the UN Security Council’s Assessment Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team said in June that the Afghan Taliban had not yet ended their ties with al-Qaeda and other foreign terrorist organizations.
Pakistan’s sarcasm, India’s investment in Afghanistan sinking
The Pakistan Army has taken a dig at the rumors of India’s Kandahar consulate being closed. Major General Babar Iftikhar, Director General of the propaganda wing Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) from the Pakistan Army, said that India’s investment in Afghanistan seems to be sinking.
Pakistan has been opposing India’s presence in Afghanistan from the very beginning. Iftikhar told a private TV channel in Pakistan that if India had invested well in Afghanistan, it would not have been disappointed today.
China blamed America for the situation
China has said that America is responsible for the security crisis in Afghanistan. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the US was abdicating its responsibility by withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan. By doing this he has thrown the people of Afghanistan into the war. America is basically the culprit in the Afghanistan issue.
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