India is taking ISIS attack on Kabul airport very seriously. Based on the inputs of security agencies in India and the opinion of strategic experts, it is believed that the Taliban have nexus with terrorist groups. Pakistan’s agency ISI also has a big role in the strength of these terrorist organizations. Experts believe that the kind of picture emerging, it is also a dangerous sign for Kashmir in the coming days. The nexus of Taliban terrorists and ISIS can become a big challenge in this entire region.
Strategic expert PK Mishra says that Kabul’s attack is a warning. It has to be understood by the US, NATO and other influential countries that no matter how much the Taliban get away from it, but the reality is that Taliban terrorists, IS and Al Qaeda have joined hands. He said that their root is in our neighborhood Pakistan. So this is a matter of great concern for us. Terrorist groups sitting in Pakistan will take advantage of the strength of terrorist organizations in the Taliban and their new alliance with the new Lashkar, Jaish can be the weapon of ISI for instability in Kashmir.
Experts say that the presence of IS KP in Afghanistan is a threat in many ways. For some time now, IS inspired terrorists have been caught in different parts of the country including Kerala. Some of which have links with IS as well. In such a situation, security agencies should be very cautious and share inputs with agencies around the world. However, some experts are also seeing it by linking it to the war of supremacy between the Taliban and IS. It is believed that many terrorist organizations in Afghanistan do not even listen to the Taliban leadership. They have ties with IS and in new circumstances the war of supremacy has started.
At present, experts believe that the birth of IS-KP also took place under the patronage of Pakistan, the axis of terror. In the Waziristan area, the operation was being conducted against Tehreek-e-Taliban under the leadership of Pakistan General Rahil Sharif. In 2014, some Taliban fighters broke away from Tehrik-e-Taliban to form the IS-KP faction. These rebel fighters parted ways against Mulla Fazlullah. The rebellion was led by Umar Khalid Khurasani. At that time, this group had separated and expressed its commitment to IS. Later this module carried out several terrorist incidents in association with Lashkar-e-Janghvi, Lashkar-e-Islam and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Uighur Muslims of China and rebels of Afghan Taliban.