Pakistani fighters supported Taliban, Indian establishment targeted, Pakistani fighters joined Taliban in Afghanistan, instructed to target India-built assets
Support of Pakistani fighters to Taliban, India on target  |  Photo Credits: ANI
New Delhi : The eyes of the world are on the increasing threat of Taliban in Afghanistan. India is also keeping a close watch on the situation changing from moment to moment here. There is also concern about the growing role of Pakistani fighters in Afghanistan in support of the Taliban, whose number is said to be over 10,000. The target of these Pakistani fighters is India, which has played an important role in many developmental works here over the years.
It is being told that these Pakistani fighters operating in Afghanistan are being continuously instructed by Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) to target Indian-made properties. India has invested more than USD 3 billion in the reconstruction effort of Afghanistan in the last two decades. The 218-km road between Delaram and Zaranj Salma Dam and the Afghan Parliament Building, which was inaugurated in 2015, is counted among India’s major contributions to the Afghan people.
More than 10 thousand Pakistani fighters in Afghanistan
According to intelligence sources and estimates, more than 10,000 Pakistanis have entered the war zone in Afghanistan to openly support the Taliban’s attack against the Afghan government led by Ashraf Ghani. According to news agency ANI, Pakistani and Taliban fighters have been instructed to target Indian-made properties and destroy any symbol of Indian goodwill there. India made a big contribution in the field of education in Afghanistan. He played a vital role in training the teachers, support staff.
Pakistan-backed Islamic terrorist groups, including the Haqqani network, have been active here against India for the past several years. India’s eyes are also on Kabul airport, now it is not going to be under US security for very long. Several airfields under US defense forces, including Bagram airport, have been evacuated due to the ongoing power struggle with the Taliban.
Indian workers engaged in civil work have also been asked to move out. Indian public sector company WAPCOS had some executives for dam projects. India had also recently announced works worth about USD 350 million, including the Mulberry Dam, to provide drinking water to the city of Kabul.
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