Shortly after Pakistan’s entry in Panjshir, Panjshir also conceded defeat. With this, the whole of Afghanistan has been occupied by the Taliban. On Sunday, Pakistani pilots carried out drone air strikes on the bases of the Resistance Forces to help the Taliban. The house where Amarullah Saleh, a prominent leader of the Resistance and former Vice-President of the country was staying in Panjshir, was also attacked. After this Saleh fled to Tajikistan. In some media reports, it is also being said that the chief of the Northern Alliance, Ahmed Masood, is taking refuge in Tajikistan. However, his supporters claim that Masood is at a safe haven in Panjshir itself.
Pakistan’s CH-4 drone fired two missiles at a vehicle in Panjshir. Resistance spokesman Faheem Dashti and five other fighters were killed. Dashti was a journalist by profession and was also the editor of Kabul Daily till 15 August. Saleh Mohammad Dazari, a close aide of Ahmed Masood and chief of Panjshir forces, was also killed in Sunday’s attacks.
Pakistan’s ISI created Taliban Pakistan has been supporting the Taliban
at every step in the war to capture Afghanistan. Actually, the Taliban was created by Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI. Even later, the ISI continued to provide money, training and weapons to the Taliban. The ISI also has close ties with the Haqqani network, which works for the Taliban.
Provided shelter to Taliban fighters and their families in areas bordering Pakistan, especially in the city of Quetta. Wounded Taliban fighters were even treated in hospitals in Peshawar and Karachi. Gave an opportunity for the Haqqanis to run real estate, smuggling and other business in Pakistan so that their war machine could keep running.
If the withdrawal of American forces is decided, ISI unites Taliban leaders. If
Taliban has any close friend in the whole world, then it is Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI. Apart from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, the Taliban regime of 1996-2001 was recognized by Pakistan. After the agreement between the US and the Taliban in February 2020, the program of withdrawal of troops was decided. The Taliban leaders then regrouped themselves with the help of ISI.
ISI also wants rights in the government of
Afghanistan, the new Taliban government that is going to be formed in Afghanistan will also include people from the Haqqani network associated with ISI. The prominent name in this is that of Sirajuddin Haqqani, son of Mujahideen commander Jalaluddin Haqqani. He runs the Haqqani network set up by his father. The battle for power between the Haqqani network and the Taliban continues. Two days ago it was reported that Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar was injured in firing between the two groups. However this could not be confirmed.
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