- Afghanistan admits for the first time that Lashkar terrorists are causing havoc in their country
- Afghanistan Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar talks to Indian Foreign Minister regarding Taliban violence
- Hanif said that so far 3 thousand people have been killed in Taliban violence and 3 lakh people have been displaced
Shocked by the horrific attacks by Taliban terrorists, Afghanistan has publicly acknowledged for the first time that the terrorists of the Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba are causing havoc in their country. Afghanistan’s Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar spoke to Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday regarding Taliban violence. Hanif met with foreign diplomats and said that 3,000 people have been killed and 300,000 displaced in Taliban violence.
In a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry of Afghanistan, it has been said that the Foreign Minister told that the terrorists of Taliban are 10 of Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Al Qaeda, East Turkestan Islamic Movement, Ansarullah etc. They are wreaking havoc with thousands of terrorists. The Afghan Foreign Minister on Tuesday spoke to Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and called for an emergency session of the UN Security Council to stop Taliban violence.
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Hanif called up the Indian foreign minister on Tuesday at a time when the Afghan Defense Minister’s residence in Kabul was attacked by a suicide attack. So far 10 people have died in this attack. Hanif also briefed the Indian envoy about the security situation in Afghanistan and the nexus between Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Taliban. Afghanistan’s request for an emergency meeting comes at a time when India has assumed the presidency of the United Nations Security Council.
Hanif praised India’s role in Afghanistan. It also called on the United Nations and the international community to play a greater role. He said more than 100 people were murdered and girls were forced into marriage in the Spin Boldak area, adjacent to Pakistan. In addition, 300 public infrastructures in Taliban-controlled areas were destroyed. After capturing rural areas, Taliban militants have now intensified their attacks in urban areas.