Taliban and al qaeda Terrorist| Then Imran’s poll opened, Taliban terrorists injured in Afghanistan are being treated in Pak hospitals. Taliban terrorists, who injured in Afghanistan are being treated in Pakistani hospitals
Injured Taliban terrorists are being treated in Pak hospitals  |  Photo Credits: AP
- Taliban also active in Pakistan, has ties with Al Qaeda
- Pakistan is treating the injured Taliban terrorists in its hospitals in Afghanistan
New Delhi: The Afghan Taliban and their local allies are active in the border areas of Pakistan. Sources told the VOA that Pakistan has acknowledged that the bodies of terrorists killed in Afghanistan reached Pakistan and that the injured Taliban are being treated in local hospitals. In an interview on June 27 with Geo News, a local Pakistani channel, Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed acknowledged that Afghan Taliban families live in Pakistan. He admitted that sometimes their bodies come and sometimes they come here to hospitals for medical treatment.
Taliban terrorists live in Pakistan
Local people and eyewitnesses with knowledge of Taliban activities in Pakistan have confirmed to the VOA that there are terrorist safe havens in the Pashtun areas of Balochistan province. A resident of Kuchlak, 25 km south-west of Balochistan’s capital Quetta, told VOA that the Taliban not only have bases in madrassas in the Pakistani province, but they also collect donations at mosques.
There is shelter in many madrasas
The resident, who did not wish to be named as he feared reprisal by the terrorists, said that some residents of Kuchlak city are in the ranks of the Taliban. “The local people of all the tribes (living in the city) are with them and are saying that they are doing jihad to establish the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,” he said. Kuchlak is home to several madrassas and madrasas affiliated with the Taliban. In August 2019, the younger brother of Taliban leader Hibatullah Akhundzada, was among four people killed in a bombing at a madrasa mosque in the town.
Qureshi had said this thing
The Afghan government and the US have long accused Pakistan of not taking action against Afghan Taliban safe havens. Pakistani officials have repeatedly denied the existence of Taliban safe havens in Pakistan. However, last month in an interview with local Afghan TV, Tolo News, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi blamed the porous border and millions of Afghans living in Pakistan for the Taliban’s presence in the country. “Once they go back and there is movement across the border, we can be held more responsible for it,” Qureshi said.
Funeral of slain terrorists in Pakistan
Pakistani newspaper Dawn reported on Sunday that police in Peshawar city were investigating a video shared on social media that showed a group of people on motorcycles carrying Taliban flags and shouting slogans for terrorists during the funeral. are being installed. A resident of Panjpai, a village near Afghanistan, 85 km west of Quetta, told VOA that funerals and prayers for those killed in fighting in Afghanistan take place regularly in the city. He said, ‘Funerals take place. (Taliban) give speeches at funerals and congratulate the families of the martyrs.
He said funerals and prayers were held for the son of a tribal leader who died fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan. The resident said, ‘Both he and his father were with the Taliban. His father returned home for Eid, but his son remained in Afghanistan and was killed. Locals claimed (son) was killed in a drone strike. In videos shared on social media and obtained by VOA, hundreds of people attended the funeral, where white Taliban flags were waved.
Quetta and surrounding areas became strongholds
The VOA could not independently verify the authenticity of the posted video. A local journalist who requested anonymity said the slain Taliban are buried in cemeteries in Quetta and surrounding areas, including Kuchlak, Duki and Pishin. The journalist said, ‘Namaz is offered in mosques. Everyone in the area knows this. The report said that a retired Brigadier of the Pakistani Army, Syed Nazir, said that Pakistan has accepted the presence of Taliban in Pakistan.
Nazir said, ‘His house, his family or his children (are in Pakistan). They have access to education and health care. The group is dominated by Pakistan. A new UN report released last month says the Afghan Taliban has not kept its promises of severing ties with al-Qaeda. The report alleges that al-Qaeda is active in the border areas between Afghanistan and Pakistan and operates under the Taliban in Afghanistan. “This group’s insurgency has been described as such an ‘organic’ or essential part that it will be difficult, if not impossible, to isolate it from its Taliban allies,” the report said.
ties to al-Qaeda
The report said that most of the members of Al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent are Afghans and Pakistanis. Colin Clark, Senior Fellow at the Soufan Center, said that if al-Qaeda becomes a “predominantly (a) Afghan-Pakistani phenomenon”, it will be “difficult to defeat”. “This is particularly worrying for stability and longevity groups like Al Qaeda in South Asia,” Clark said. Without troops on the ground, America would not have the same leverage. If Afghanistan descends back into a civil war, the Taliban need al Qaeda. They need a team.
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