Taliban | ‘Don’t leave Afghanistan’, why Pakistan appeals to America, Pakistan asks America not to abandon Afghanistan

Taliban | ‘Don’t leave Afghanistan’, why Pakistan appeals to America, Pakistan asks America not to abandon Afghanistan

Pakistan asks America not to abandon Afghanistan

Taliban dominance in Afghanistan has increased. &nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

Headlines

  • Taliban-Afghan forces clash after withdrawal of US forces in Afghanistan
  • Talks are also going on between the Taliban and the Afghan government to maintain peace in the country.
  • Pakistan wants America not to end its ties with Afghanistan completely

New Delhi : When the US announced to leave Afghanistan, there was a celebratory atmosphere in Pakistan. Given the relationship between Taliban and Pakistan, this was not surprising, but the report that has come out now is shocking. Actually, a report has said that Pakistan does not want America’s ties with Afghanistan to end completely. He wants the presence of US military forces in Afghanistan. Pakistan fears that a civil war-like situation may arise in Afghanistan if the US military forces are completely withdrawn.

Pakistan’s NSA-ISI chief had reached America
Pakistan’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Dr Moeed Yusuf and the head of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) intelligence agency Lt Gen Faiz Hamid arrived in Washington last week. This visit of NSA and ISI chief is considered very important. The special thing is that this meeting between American and Pakistani officials was not presented very exaggeratedly, but now things have come to the fore about this meeting.

Discussion on the future of Afghanistan
According to the report of ‘Tribune.com’, during his visit, the NSA and ISI chief met US officials in Washington. The only statement about this meeting was issued on Twitter by US NSA JK Sullivan. According to the report, serious talks were held on the future of Afghanistan in the meeting of American and Pakistani officials. The report quoted sources as saying that the NSA and ISI chief warned US officials to leave Afghanistan completely. According to the report, US officials were told from Pakistan that the complete withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan would not be right.

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Pak wants US presence till a solution is found
According to the report, it was said from Pakistan that the complete withdrawal of US forces will give terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda in Afghanistan a chance to unite once again and raise their heads. This situation will pose a threat to regional security as well as to the US. According to the report, Pakistan wants the US to continue its role in Afghanistan until a way out for a political solution in Afghanistan. Pakistan fears that a complete withdrawal of the US could lead to civil war in Afghanistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan has already pointed this out.

90 percent of US and NATO forces withdraw
About 90 percent of American and NATO security forces have left Afghanistan. The withdrawal of US forces has provided an opportunity for the Taliban to return to Afghanistan. It has controlled a large part of the country, especially the districts. There is also an ongoing conflict between Afghan security forces and the Taliban. Several rounds of talks have also taken place in Qatar’s capital Doha between the Taliban and the Afghan government to maintain peace in the country, but these talks have been in vain.

Taliban-Afghan government talks in Doha
With the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan and the growing dominance of the Taliban, there is an atmosphere of uncertainty about the future of this country. Given the influence of Pakistan on the Taliban, there are apprehensions that Islamabad may further its anti-India agenda through this extremist organization and harm Indian interests. Celebrations were witnessed in Pakistan following US President Joe Biden’s announcement that there would be a complete withdrawal of US military forces from Afghanistan before September 11 (9/11).


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