What did the Taliban say on Narendra Modi's statement of 'power of terror'?


Posted on 27th Aug 2021 04:43 pm by rohit kumar

The Taliban, which took control of Afghanistan, has strongly objected to the statement of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.

 

In an interview with Radio Pakistan, senior Taliban leader Shahabuddin Dilawar said that India will soon know that the Taliban can run their government smoothly.

 

Taliban leader Shahabuddin Dilawar also said that Pakistan is their neighbor and a friendly country.

 

He thanked Pakistan for the fact that it has given shelter to more than 3 million Afghan refugees.

 

Shahabuddin Dilawar said that he thanks Pakistan for its services for the welfare of refugees.

 

He said that he wants peaceful relations with all countries based on mutual respect.

 

What did Narendra Modi say?

Recently, while inaugurating several projects in Somnath, Gujarat, Narendra Modi had mentioned the power of terror.

 

However, he did not directly name the Taliban.

 

PM Modi had said, "There is an idea to build an empire based on terror, it may dominate for some time in some period, but its existence is never permanent. It cannot suppress humanity for long. "

 

Now the Taliban gave their comment based on this statement.

 

Taliban in Afghanistan

 

On August 15, the Taliban captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. The Taliban claim that they now have control over Afghanistan.

 

Even before the Taliban entered Kabul, then-President Ashraf Ghani had left the country.

 

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has given him asylum.

 

The country's first Vice President Amrullah Saleh has called for a fight against the Taliban, declaring himself acting president.

 

Meanwhile, a large number of people are leaving Afghanistan as soon as the Taliban took power.

 

At present, US troops control Kabul airport and many countries are evacuating people from Afghanistan.

 

India is also in this. India has also evacuated its citizens from there. But it is believed that even now a large number of Indian citizens are trapped there.

 

However, the Taliban has assured the people that they need not fear and leave the country.

 

But on Thursday, more than 90 people were killed and a large number of people were injured in two blasts at Kabul airport.

 

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for this attack. The Islamic State had earlier criticized the Taliban as a stooge of America.

 

Since then, questions are also being raised on the Taliban and also on US President Joe Biden.

 

India and Afghanistan

 

Relations between India and Afghanistan have been better in the last 20 years. But since the arrival of the Taliban, it seems to be eclipsed.

 

The Taliban, on the other hand, have made their intentions clear by making Pakistan their second home.

 

However, Pakistan has also been criticized for the fact that it is helping the Taliban.

 

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan had even said that Afghanistan has now broken the chains of slavery.

 

On the other hand, China has also welcomed the coming to power of the Taliban and has indicated a friendly relationship.

 

India's dilemma regarding Afghanistan is of many kinds. From the threat of recognition to the Taliban to security concerns, as well as a tussle over the future of large-scale projects.

 

On Thursday, an all-party meeting was also called in India on the issue of Afghanistan, which was addressed by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

 

After the meeting, he described the situation in Afghanistan as worrying and said that at present the priority is to evacuate people from there.

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