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  • queer
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    Countries like India and Pakistan that barely function even within their own borders politically attempting any sort of regime building in Afghanistan is laughable. Afghanistan has been done for from half a century and has zero future. Billions of $$$ of western money and two decades couldnt change the harsh reality of this land's people, despite sitting right smack dab on the crossroads of massive historical trade routes. More chance of taliban ideas and glorification spreading south to Pakistan's western provinces, revival of "good taliban" "bad taliban" narratives ahead. Remember Colonel Imam, anyone?

    And a big LOL at the guy who thinks China will start uniting religious countries.

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  • Bobby1
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    Just dreaming!! If China could unite Pak, Afghan, Iran. Iraq than Saudis and UAE would submit and that will give China block the upper hand.

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  • Doppelganger
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    Perhaps that is the plan since army briefing to the Parliament mentioned that TTP and Afghan Taliban are hamam main sab nangay. ISIS isn't taliban but it had captured weapons after defeating them in Eastern Afghanistan in the past.

    All of these weapons and bombers will now head toward Pakistan. India is betting on Pakistan being destroyed while it acts as a buffer against India especially Kashmir. They are truly hopeful that the West through FATF and whatnot will restrain Pakistan so it isn't able to release the valve on the pressure cooker like Afghanistan has and will in the future as it collapses again.

    The righi wing madarsas needed to be shut down yesterday. Now, Pakistan needs to do low end operations against Afghanistan based terrorists as Turkey probably will do drone strikes like they did to decimate Syrian army and Wagner group in Syria after initially taking casualties. The attack on Chinese shows that either the Taliban are incapable or very much complicit with TTP that is based in eastern Afghanistan. They now control the border from badakhsan to chaman now.

    I doubt that the Chinese will let it go so expect some taliban pagris to be flying sky high after their blown to bits like their baloch buddies after their attack on the Karachi stock exchange. Sadly, I don't see a change in perspective since Imran Khan is taliban Khan who'll never tackle extremism at its ideological roots.

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  • Bobby1
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    Whatever India gives to Afghan government is indirectly going to Taliban, this is why during dismantling US destroyed every piece of equipment that they didn’t want Taliban to have. India is doing same mistake of getting involved, they absolutely don’t need to.

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  • Sheeda Pistol
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    India has to protect its asserts in Afg. They have invested millions of dollars over the past decades in the form or consulates along the Pak-Afg border and other apparatus (RAW and NDS being in bed working against Pak, either openly or covertly). This investment is in jeopardy with Afghan teletubbies gaining ground in most of Afghanistan. They had to jump in to provide assistance to beleaguered Ashraf Ghani with this military shipment.

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  • India sends Weapons, Tanks, Artellry to Afghan forces

    Here comes smart Indians, holding talks with Taliban and supplying weapons to afgan gov forces at the same time. No wonder indians are way ahead of us in modern warfare. Staying neutral under current circumstances would mean we are quietly allowing them to plan out our destruction in Afghanistan. Iran is also playing a diry role by allowing Indian cargoes to pass through its lands. India used this rout to deliver weapons.





    Indian planes ferry arms to Afghanistan
    New Delhi says it has 'temporarily' brought back officials from its consulate in Kandahar


    India on Sunday said it has “temporarily” brought back officials from its consulate in Kandahar, a major city in southern Afghanistan, as Taliban fighters continue to gain control amid the withdrawal of international forces.

    However, sources said New Delhi is also delivering ammunition to the beleaguered Kabul administration and has recently sent two cargo planes to Kabul and Kandahar, full of artillery shells. The same planes were used to evacuate Indian officials from the two cities


    Due to the intense fighting near Kandahar city, India-based personnel have been brought back for the time being," India's foreign ministry chief spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in a statement.

    "India is closely monitoring the evolving security situation in Afghanistan," Bagchi said, adding that India's consulate in Kandahar was being run by local staff temporarily.

    India's foreign minister on Friday called for a reduction of violence, saying the situation in the war-torn nation has a direct bearing on regional security. However, on Saturday an Indian Air Force (IAF) C-17 aircraft arrived at Kandahar Airfield at 11am to deliver 40 tons of 122mm artillery shells.








    The Afghan Taliban in a video that went viral on social media claimed that they have captured the Indian consulate in Kandahar


    Tolo News in June said the outreach by India was being led by its security officials and had been limited to groups or leaders perceived as "nationalists" or outside the influence of Pakistan and Iran.

    The report, quoted by the Afghan media outlet and originally from an Indian publication, stated that communication had been underway for some months and continues to be "exploratory in nature".

    Among the leaders contacted was the deputy leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Baradar. The report added that though messages have been exchanged, there is no confirmation of a meeting.


    Another IAF C-17 aircraft arrived at Kabul Airfield at about 5pm on Sunday to dispatch another 40 tons of 122mm artillery shells consignment. These aircraft, which had departed from Jaipur and Chandigarh, were also used to evacuate Indian officials.

    Trucks loaded with Indian weapons were also seen on the roads of Kabul.

    According to Afghanistan's Tolo News, India has also opened channels of communication with the leadership of the Taliban, marking “a significant shift” in New Delhi's stance of not engaging with the group.

    Tolo News in June said the outreach by India was being led by its security officials and had been limited to groups or leaders perceived as "nationalists" or outside the influence of Pakistan and Iran.

    The report, quoted by the Afghan media outlet and originally from an Indian publication, stated that communication had been underway for some months and continues to be "exploratory in nature".

    Among the leaders contacted was the deputy leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Baradar. The report added that though messages have been exchanged, there is no confirmation of a meeting.
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