Pakistan conducting attacks to force Taliban
According to the report of Al Arabiya Post, the Pakistan-sponsored terrorist attacks are a way of forcing the Taliban government to obey the decree of the Pakistani army. Hundreds of people have been killed in Kabul this year in a series of suicide attacks by Pakistan’s new faction, the Islamic State of Khorasan. Most of the dead are Shia and Hazara Muslims. Apart from this, Gurdwaras in Kabul have also been targeted. Its main purpose is to put pressure on the Taliban by persecuting minority Muslims in the name of Islam. These attacks have been done to improve Pakistan’s deteriorating relations with the Taliban. Pakistan is angry with Taliban on many issues.
Pakistan wants to put pressure on TTP through Taliban
It has been told in this report that Pakistan is most threatened by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Pakistan also considers the TTP a serious threat. The TTP is considered a part of the Taliban, who hide in Afghanistan after carrying out attacks in Pakistan. Terrorists of this group have taken refuge in the border areas of Afghanistan and are regrouping in adjoining tribal areas like Swat in Pakistan. Pakistan had also signed a peace agreement with the TTP with the help of the Taliban, but the matter could not be made for long. TTP has again started attacks in Pakistan.
Anger against Pakistan among Taliban leaders
Recently, the latest tension between Pakistan and Afghanistan was also seen in the statements of both the countries. A few weeks ago, Afghanistan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sher Abbas Stanakzai accused Pakistan of allowing Pakistan to use its airspace for US military operations in Afghanistan. He said that Pakistan has received millions of dollars in aid from the US in return. He also denounced Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s statement at the United Nations General Assembly, in which he claimed that there were terrorists in Afghanistan. He warned Pakistan not to interfere in its country’s internal affairs and to refrain from blaming Afghanistan for every problem.