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Pakistan’s support of the Taliban enrages Kabul

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People in Afghanistan had celebrated and danced on the roads after they heard that Hamid Gul, former head of the Pakistani spy agency- Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was dead. Gul was responsible for not allowing any government to succeed after 1980’s Afghan War and helped emerge Taliban movement, which threw the country in perpetual war and caused a great misery. Despite sharing many religious and cultural heritage, majority of Afghani population loathe Pakistan and its people. Even today Pakistan has found to be still supporting Taliban groups and allowing terror groups to operate from its soil. It has worried every Afghanistan about possible damages it can do to the security forces’ ongoing fight against the Talibani militants.

The withdrawal of the US troops has put the Afghanistan government under tremendous pressure as the Taliban, which intends to rule the country again, is pushing the frontline deep into the urban areas. To make it worse, Pakistan-based terror outfits have extended their support to the Taliban in Afghanistan. About 6,000 militants of Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are fighting along with the Taliban in Afghanistan, revealed a report by United Nations........

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