The ongoing clashes between the Taliban and Afghan forces in Afghanistan have exposed India’s drama of playing a double game. On the one hand, negotiations with the Taliban and on the other hand, the supply of arms against them have exposed India’s nefarious aims.
According to reports, in the name of evacuation of diplomatic staff, two Indian C-17 planes arrived in Afghanistan. Apparently, the planes came to pick up their crew, but in reality both were loaded with weapons. To be used against.
These weapons were provided by India to the Ashraf Ghani government against the Taliban. According to the report, on July 10, an Indian plane carried 40 tons of 122mm cannon bullets in Kandahar, while on July 11, 40 tons of bullets were delivered to Kabul from another plane. Weapons can also be seen unloading from Indian planes in Kabul and Kandahar
After such incidents come to light, it proves that the Indian is on the one hand singing the tune of negotiations while on the other hand he is busy stabbing the Taliban in the back.
Yesterday, Maj. Gen. Babar Iftikhar, Director General, Public Relations (ISPR), Pakistan Army, while talking about the situation in Afghanistan in a special transmission of a private news channel, said that India’s investment in Afghanistan is in good faith. Had it not been for the worries, today India seems to be sinking its investment in Afghanistan. Pakistan has made every effort to resolve the issue peacefully without a fight.
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