Afghan Vice President angry over supply of weapons and fighters to Taliban amrullah saleh Has scolded Pakistan fiercely. He said that we know how the Taliban is continuing the war. He alleged that the Taliban have close links with the Pakistani military and the intelligence agency ISI. Not only this, Amrullah Saleh, reiterating President Ashraf Ghani’s claim, said that the Taliban have close links with Lashkar-e-Taiba and Al-Qaeda.
Pak Army and ISI are helping Taliban
Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh wrote in a tweet that the Taliban have maintained themselves in combat through supplies (arms/ammunition) from GHQ (Pakistan Army Headquarters) and ISI (Pakistani Intelligence Agency). A coalition of Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Al-Qaeda and Madrasa Volunteers is using Pakistani supplies to infiltrate.
Taliban will lose if Pakistani supply stops
He said the Taliban would lose their edge in a few weeks if supplies from the Pakistani army and ISI were stopped. He claimed that the Afghan army had lost some equipment but not any weapons warehouse. In such a situation, it is believed that mutual relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan may remain tense in future also.
Taliban training center in Karachi
Amrullah Saleh claimed that Taliban terrorists are maintaining safe houses in Karachi, Pakistan. There is a training center for the Taliban, where terrorists are trained. Not only this, he also said that Taliban also runs fund raising campaigns and terrorist madrasas in Karachi.
what ashraf ghani said
Ashraf Ghani, who arrived at the Special Operations Command Center on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, had claimed that the Taliban have “deep links” with terror outfits Lashkar, Jaish and Al-Qaeda. Not only this, the Taliban is trying to make Afghanistan a ‘paradise’ for terrorists. He said that the Afghan government will not allow this to happen. He had said that ‘Our goal is to protect Afghanistan, freedom, equality and achievements, but the intention of our enemy is not right. Prove to your enemies that they go to the graves with their dreams.’