Amrullah Saleh, the first Vice President of Afghanistan, has heated up the atmosphere by sharing ‘this picture of Pakistan’s surrender to India in the 1971 war’.
For the past few days, there has been a verbal war between Pakistan and Afghanistan over the Taliban.
Afghanistan has been accusing Pakistan of supporting the Taliban and providing them with training and weapons.
Meanwhile, Amrullah Saleh Shared this picture on Twitter on Wednesday And wrote, “There is no such picture in our history and never will be. Yes, yesterday I was shaken to a bar as a rocket blew past me and fell a few meters away. But dear twitter attackers of Pakistan , Taliban and terrorism cannot fix the trauma of this picture. Find some other way.”
This picture shared by him was liked by more than ten thousand people in the first three hours and hundreds of people have written their replies on his tweet.
While some people have posted ‘video of Pakistan surrendering to Indian Army’ on his tweet, some people have ‘stumbled when rockets fell near Afghanistan President’s house’ Video’ is shared.
There is a heated debate on social media about the picture tweeted by Amrullah Saleh.
what people are writing on social media
Pakistan’s TV host and actress Sehar Shinwari wrote, “We have never seen a video clip in history in which a ‘brave’ vice-president gets wet on hearing the sound of a blast and continues to pray in shame. “
One Twitter user wrote that “this video clip of a few seconds is enough to understand how much ISIS and Talibanis have weakened your nervous system.”
A Pakistani Twitter user named Abdullah wrote, “The Taliban have captured more than 60 percent of Afghanistan’s territory and their Vice President is fighting a war on Twitter.”
Former Pakistan parliamentarian Bushra Gauhar writes, “Your reaction to the sound of a blast was quite easy. Those who are making fun of it, they have a bad mind. Stay strong and have courage. Standing strong against extremism is the only option “
An Indian Twitter user named Vipul Gupta has written that now Afghanistan has also started supporting India in the ‘Troll Pakistan’ campaign.
Indian journalist Kadambini Sharma writes, “Journalists who have gone to the war zone know that when an explosion is heard or an explosion is heard, a man bows down. Trolled. Today he gave a befitting reply to him.”
Twitter users who support the right-wing ideology have shared this tweet of Saleh a lot and have ridiculed Pakistan a lot by quoting it.
When is the picture taken?
The picture shared by Saleh on Twitter is a historical photograph from the year 1971, which was taken while surrendering to the Indian Army of Pakistan Army. India had badly defeated Pakistan in the 1971 war.
In the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, Pakistani General Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi had to surrender with about 90 thousand soldiers in ‘East-Pakistan’. After this surrender, the part of ‘East Pakistan’ became independent from Pakistan and today it is known as Bangladesh.
The commander of the Indian Army at that time was Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Arora, who is seen sitting at the table with General Niazi, who was signing the agreement in this picture.
Experts say that the defeat of the Pakistani army at the hands of the Indian Army and the Bengali people and the surrender of General Niazi’s weapon is a dark chapter in Pakistani history.
Admiral N Krishnan, the former Chief of Naval Command, has written about this incident in his autobiography ‘A Sailor’s Story’ that “A small table and two chairs were placed in the racecourse grounds of Dhaka, on which General Arora and General Niazi was sitting. I, Air Marshal Dewan, General Sagat Singh and General Jacob were standing behind. There were six copies of the surrender document which were typed on thick white paper.
“First Niazi signed and then General Arora. I don’t know whether knowingly or unknowingly Niazi didn’t put his full signature and just wrote AAK Niya. I drew General Arora’s attention towards this. Arora told Niazi that he should sign the whole Do it. Bangladesh became independent as soon as Niazi signed it.”
“Then Niazi’s eyes filled with tears. He took off his badges, fired bullets from his revolver and handed it over to General Arora. Then he bowed his head and touched General Arora’s forehead with his forehead, as if accepting his submission. be.”
Tension in Afghanistan-Pakistan
A few days ago, Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh made serious allegations against Pakistan.
Amrullah Saleh said that the Pakistani Air Force has warned the Afghan National Army (ANA) and the Afghan Air Force that Pakistan will respond to any attempt to remove the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area and that anyone who tries to do so will be punished. .
Saleh had a tweet in this regard, in which he wrote, “BREAKING: Pakistan Air Force has officially warned the Afghan Army and Air Force that if anyone tries to remove the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area, Pakistan Air Force will respond to that. Pakistan Air Force is now providing air support to Taliban in some areas.”
He also talked about presenting some evidence in this regard.
But after Saleh’s allegations, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry had said that it completely rejects the ‘allegations’ of Amrullah Saleh. It was said on behalf of the Ministry of External Affairs that it has taken necessary measures to protect its soldiers and people in its jurisdiction.
It was also said from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan that Afghanistan had informed Pakistan of its intention to conduct air operations inside its territory in front of the Chaman sector of Pakistan, on which Pakistan has given the authority of the Afghan government to act in its territory. There was a positive response.
However, Saleh did not believe Pakistan’s arguments.
He made another tweet on the response from Pakistan, in which he wrote, “On Pakistan’s denial: For more than twenty years, Pakistan has denied the presence of Quetta Shura or Taliban extremist leaders on its soil. Those who are familiar with this pattern, whether from Afghanistan or foreign, will be well aware that this is a pre-written refutation.
Vice-President Amrullah Saleh blamed Pakistan after Taliban fighters claimed control of the Spin Boldak crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan territory.
Spin Boldak Crossing is one of the major strategic locations of Kandahar, which is bordering Pakistan.
Pakistani MP Mohsin Davar praised in Afghanistan
Meanwhile, Mohsin Dawar, leader of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement and parliamentarian of Pakistan, said that he was barred from speaking when he tried to raise the issue of Taliban rallies in Quetta and Peshawar in Pakistan’s parliament.
Speaking in the National Assembly of Pakistan, Davar had said that ‘the situation in Afghanistan is extremely dangerous, what is happening there, obviously it has an effect here too. For the last few days we are seeing that Tehrike Taliban have held rallies in Quetta and Peshawar. Afghanistan has made serious allegations against Pakistani Air Force…
Davar was speaking in Parliament when the Speaker stopped him from completing the talk.
And when Davar posted the video of the National Assembly on Twitter, Afghanistan’s first vice-president Amrullah Saleh replied, “Brother Davar, we are listening to you.” From Amus to Abbasin, tens of millions of people are listening to you clearly. Terrorist Taliban have made some changes on the ground because of the cooperation they are getting from GHQ (Army Headquarters of Pakistan), but the intentions and courage of the people of Afghanistan remain the same.
Earlier, Mohsin Dawar had also accused Pakistan of sending Taliban fighters to Afghanistan.
The case of the daughter of the Afghan ambassador
After the kidnapping and thrashing of Silsila Alikhel, daughter of Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan, Najibullah Alikhel, the Afghan administration on Sunday recalled its ambassador and all senior diplomats.
The Afghan administration says that its ambassador and all senior diplomats will remain in Afghanistan until all security concerns are resolved and the investigation into the violence against the Afghan ambassador’s daughter is completed.
Even after this incident, Amrullah Saleh, the first Vice President of Afghanistan, wrote on Twitter that the abduction and subsequent torture of the daughter of the Afghan ambassador has hurt the psyche of our country. Our national psyche has been oppressed.
This incident also happened at a time when the tension between the leaders of Pakistan and Afghanistan is increasing due to different reasons.
The security situation has become unstable after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan. The Taliban is capturing new areas with each passing day.
Just last week, at the Central and South Asia Liaison Summit, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who was sitting just a few feet from Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, took a jibe at Pakistan, saying that Pakistan had lost its territory to extremist groups. Relations have not been broken.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, citing intelligence reports, said in his address that more than 10,000 ‘jihadi’ fighters had arrived in Afghanistan last month, while the Pakistan government was unable to persuade the Taliban to seriously participate in peace talks. has failed.
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