Former Afghan envoy claims Pakistan’s involvement in Taliban’s birth to counter India

The 12 reports by the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team of the UN states that Al-Qaeda presides between the Afghanistan and Pakistan border. It also evaluates that a large number of Al-Qaeda supporters are in terms with the Taliabns scattered in different regions of Afghanistan.

A former Afghan envoy quoted that in an attempt to counter India, Pakistan has given rise to the Taliban.

Mahmoud Saikal, former Deputy Foreign Minister of Afghanistan and Ambassador to the UN and Australia on Saturday tweeted, “According to @P_Musharraf, Pakistan gave birth to the Taliban to counter Indian action against it. @ImranKhanPTI believes the Taliban have broken the shackles of slavery. @SMQureshiPTI & @YusufMoeed are currently busy lobbying the world to engage with the Taliban.”

Mr Saikal also quoted The Sun in the Sky a paper title that collaborates the status between Pakistan’s ISI and Afghan agitators as written by Matt Waldman Carr Center for Human Rights Policy Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

The Afghan envoy also said in his tweet that a proper policy implementation and regulatory negation with Pakistan can help to implement peace and security globally.

Ties between ISIL-K, Taliban and al-Qaeda have been allocated as per UN reports.

The 12 reports by the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team of the UN states that Al-Qaeda presides between the Afghanistan and Pakistan border. It also evaluates that a large number of Al-Qaeda supporters are in terms with the Taliban scattered in different regions of Afghanistan.

The group’s leader, Aiman Muhammed Rabi al-Zawahiri is also said to have accommodation between the Afghanistan and Pakistan region.

The Taliban reigns over Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent from the Kandahar, Helmand and Nimruz Province. The members of this allegiance consist of Afghan and Pakistan royals and also people from Bangladesh, India and Myanmar. With its current leader Osama Mahmood.

Al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent having the leader Asim Umar has about 5000 Taliban prisoners were rescued by the Afghan government under Doha agreement in 2020.

 

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