The celebration of the success of the Taliban in Afghanistan is now being celebrated openly in Pakistan. This is the reason why crowds of fundamentalists are waving Taliban flags in many cities including the capital Islamabad. Not only this, many clerics of Pakistan are congratulating the Taliban on victory from an open platform. Taliban flag hoisted at Jamia Hafsa Madrasa in Islamabad.
Taliban flag hoisted near Lal Masjid
Jamia Hafsa was earlier a women’s madrassa. Later the fundamentalists closed it. This madrasa is located near the disputed Lal Masjid of Islamabad. Maulana Abdul Aziz of Lal Masjid has openly challenged the Pakistani government many times. Former President Pervez Musharraf has been arrested for taking military action on this mosque.
Effect of Taliban visible on Pakistan
Earlier it was said that the influence of Pakistan is on the Taliban. Now the influence of Taliban is more visible on Pakistan. The Pakistani government, which supports terrorists, is unknowingly promoting extremists in its own country. These fundamentalists are also creating havoc in Pakistan. Despite this, the eyes of the Government of Pakistan are not opening. A few months back, the supporters of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan had created a ruckus across the country.
Imran government is afraid of fundamentalists!
It came to such an extent that despite banning this radical group, the Imran Khan government had to release its chief. Not only this, the country’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid himself met the fundamentalists and accepted their demands. This is the same organization that gave an ultimatum to the Government of Pakistan regarding the expulsion of the French ambassador.
Extremism will increase in Pakistan
The effect of the Taliban rule will be that in the coming years there will be an increase in Sunni and Wahhabi extremism in Pakistan. People will become puppets in the hands of religious leaders. Not only this, it will have a negative impact on the whole of Pakistan. Pakistan, already facing financial crisis, may burn in the fire of civil war.