The newly formed Taliban government in Kabul represents Afghanistan only to say that, in fact, every leaf there is currently cracking at the behest of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.Not only all the ministers of the Taliban government but mayors in various cities of Afghanistan are also being appointed at the behest of Pakistan.The entire army of ISI officers is stationed in Kabul and efforts are being made to ensure that the Afghan government does not have any contact with India when it resumes normal operations in the coming days.
The picture emerging from the assessment of Indian intelligence agencies regarding the situation in Afghanistan also points towards India's diplomatic challenges.Sources in intelligence agencies say that the ISI is running a parallel power in Kabul.There are reports of killings of police and government officials who served under the Ashraf Ghani government from Kabul, Kandahar and other cities.There, a group of Taliban terrorists has been formed under the leadership of the ISI, which is searching and eliminating the most trusted people of the former democratic government.Even the main leaders of the Taliban are not aware of this.A day earlier, on behalf of ISI DG Lt Gen Faiz Hamid, China, Iran, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,One of the major objectives of the meeting with Uzbekistan was to assure all these countries that the new Taliban government in Afghanistan would not work against the interests of these countries.At the same time, this message has to be given to these countries that in the context of Afghanistan, now there is the doer and the doer.
It is under the pressure of Pakistan that after talking of normal relations with India, the Taliban has now kept silent.The first indication of this is that the Taliban has publicly disclosed the meeting of its representatives with ambassadors or officials of other countries, but nothing has been said about the meeting of Taliban leader Mohammad Abbas Stankzai with India's ambassador to Qatar. Is.Before this meeting, Stankzai was considered the strongest representative in the race for the foreign minister of the Taliban government, but he has been made deputy foreign minister.
Haqqani network members becoming ministers anti-India move
The inclusion of several big leaders of the Haqqani network in the government announced by the Taliban is also being seen as an anti-India move.Sources in intelligence agencies say that Pakistan's best efforts seem to be that India should not have any stake in the operation of Afghanistan.