Afghan fire will reach Kashmir under Taliban rule? Pakistan’s plans will not be fulfilled due to these reasons


Pakistan is very happy with the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. One of the major reasons for this is that he wants to incite the fire of terrorism in Kashmir with the help of Taliban. After being tightened by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), he wants to run terrorist camps from Afghanistan, so that he can continue his black deeds by throwing dust in the eyes of FATF. In such a situation, the big question is whether Pakistan can be successful in carrying out its plans?

Experts believe that Afghanistan may become the center of Islamic terrorism in the coming days. Here all the weapons, including the Taliban, have been taken by other terrorist organizations, which America handed over to more than 3 lakh Afghan soldiers. They now have all kinds of weapons, from helicopters to cannons. Pakistan-backed Lashkar-e-Taiba and Lashkar-e-Janghvi have a presence in Afghanistan. According to sources, they have set up check posts in some villages and parts of Kabul in collaboration with the Taliban.

However, sources also say that it is not easy for Pakistan to carry out its nefarious designs, as the Taliban has clarified its position on Kashmir, saying that it considers it bilateral and an internal issue. Sources say that Kashmir is not going to be the focus of the Taliban.


Government sources say that security will be increased in Kashmir, but the situation is under control. The capability of Pakistani groups present in Afghanistan is very less in this situation. However, sources associated with security establishments say that there have been camps of Pakistani terrorist organizations in Afghanistan in the past, so there is a need to be vigilant in Jammu and Kashmir.

It is certain that the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI will try to influence the Taliban, but this time its influence on the insurgent group may be less, as the Taliban have captured power this time with a lot of strength. ISI can only affect a weak Taliban, but in the current situation it is less likely.


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