- The Taliban, who came to power with the help of the Pakistani army, has now given sleep to Imran Khan.
- Concern has increased among Pakistani officials about the security situation in Afghanistan.
- In view of this, Pakistan is going to send security and intelligence officers to Afghanistan.
The Kashmiri terrorists like Lashkar and Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Taliban, who came to power in Afghanistan with the help of the Pakistani army, have now given Imran Khan’s sleep. Concern has increased among Pakistani officials about the security situation in Afghanistan. That too when Taliban terrorists are engaged in bringing stability to the country after the withdrawal of American forces. In view of this threat, Pakistan is going to send its top security and intelligence officials to Afghanistan so that the Taliban army can be rebuilt.
The biggest threat to Pakistan is being seen from the terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, which is continuously taking the lives of Pakistani soldiers. The members of TTP enter Pakistan by crossing the border of Afghanistan and escape after attacking Pakistani soldiers. Thousands of Pakistanis have been killed in these attacks in the last two decades. “The next two to three months are going to be very important,” a Pakistani official told Reuters.
‘We are helping the Taliban to reorganize the army’
The Imran government is fearing that the TTP fighters equipped with America’s state-of-the-art weapons can carry out horrific attacks on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. “We are helping the Taliban reorganize their forces so that they can regain control of their territories,” a source said. US officials have accused many times that Pakistan is helping the Taliban who came to power in Afghanistan.
On the other hand, Pakistan claims that its influence over the Taliban is over, but the reality is that the entire Taliban government is being decided by Quetta Shura. Many Afghan leaders are these days camping in Pakistan to get a place in the Afghan government. The official directly involved in Pakistan’s security decisions said that Pakistan is planning to send its top security and intelligence officials to Afghanistan to regroup Taliban forces.
ISI chief may go to Afghanistan
The head of Pakistan’s powerful intelligence agency ISI can also go to Afghanistan. The Taliban has not yet commented on the news. Former President of Afghanistan Amarullah Saleh has also been continuously attacking the friendship of Taliban and Pakistan. He said in the past that Pakistan has sent thousands of jihadists to Afghanistan to help the Taliban.