Taliban issues warning to India about military actions in Afghanistan

The Taliban has a general policy of not permitting anybody to use Afghan land against anyone else, including neighboring countries.

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Taliban issues warning to India about military actions in Afghanistan

The Taliban has issued a warning to India about military actions in Afghanistan, using the fate of past military forces as an example.”I believe that if they (India) move militarily to Afghanistan and establish a foothold, it will be detrimental to them. They’ve seen the results of other nations’ military involvement in Afghanistan, so it’s an open book for them “According to media sources, Taliban spokesperson Muhammed Suhail Shaheen stated.

He also disputed that the Taliban has connections to other Pakistani terror groups.” They are not based on ground facts,” he continued, “but rather on their specific policies toward us, on the basis of politically driven aims.”The Taliban have informed embassies and personnel that they are not in danger.

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According to a Taliban spokesperson, the Taliban has a general policy of not permitting anybody to use Afghan land against anyone else, including neighboring countries.

The spokesperson claimed he couldn’t confirm allegations that Indian diplomats had met with Taliban leaders in Doha. The Taliban, according to Shaheen, appreciate India’s assistance to the Afghan people, as well as the country’s rehabilitation efforts.

“We appreciate all that has been done for the Afghan people, such as dams, national and infrastructural projects, and everything that contributes to Afghanistan’s growth, rebuilding, and economic success,” he added.

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Taliban issues warning to India about military actions in Afghanistan
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