New Delhi: Afghanistan was shaken by a terrorist attack as the Taliban once again attempted to capture the province of Helmand In a coordinated attack, the Taliban terrorists launched a simultaneous attack to take control of the cities of Greshk, Nawi and Lashkargah in the state of Helmand on the night between October 11 and 12.
Hours after the attack, terrorists took over the positions of Afghan security forces in three cities. Afghan security forces responded quickly and the attack failed. Special forces were also quickly airlifted to Lashkargah. Seeing a violation of the ongoing peace process, the U.S. military has joined Afghan forces to launch air strikes on locations occupied by terrorists.
Within 24 hours of the attack, the Afghan National Security Defense Security Forces (ANDSF) claimed to have neutralized about 126 terrorists and wounded more than 100 people. However, the investigation into the neutralized terrorists highlighted surprising facts as many of them turned out to be agents of the Pakistan-based banning organization Jaish-e-Mohammad.
It is said that the protagonist of the attack was Maulana Masood Azhar’s older brother, Ibrahim Azhar. Before launching the attack, Ibrahim Azhar, a well-coordinated plan to destroy the substation to occupy the surrounding twelve mobile towers, shut down the communications network and cut off the power supply was successfully carried out by the Jaish terrorists, but the operation failed. I did. Timely US air support and bravery of Afghan army.
After an unsuccessful attack and injuries, many terrorists are returning to their respective bases in Pakistan. Funeral prayers of deceased terrorists are being organized in Jaish Markaz, located across from Peshawar.
“The most notable fact is that Jaish chose Helmand for the Taliban-dominated attacks facing the most terrorist attacks. It reflects the extent to which Jaish penetrated the Taliban. The Taliban made several attacks to conquer the capital Lashkargah.” The source was announced on Zee News.
The frequency and intensity of the attacks were so high that a few years ago Afghan vice president Ama Lula Saleh had to campaign against the Taliban at Helmand and lead the security forces deployed there. Jaish’s attempts to capture the capital Lashkar Gah now show that Jaish-e-Mohammad is leading the Taliban aspirations.
In fact, this is part of the ongoing trend of Jaish officials infiltrating the Taliban and launching attacks at Pakistan’s request. In the ever-changing dynamics of negotiations in Afghanistan and the Afghan peace process, these trends reflect the future.
“The new trend could have a serious impact on India. This organic relationship between the Taliban and Jay Shi was evident in the Kandahar plane kidnapping. This bonhomie has grown stronger over the years. The Taliban’s strengthening in Afghanistan will give Jaish the courage to carry out more attacks in India, especially Jammu and Kashmir,” said an Indian security officer at Zee News.
These attacks will give Pakistan an opportunity to deny the fact that they use their attire for the sake of their benefit, while at the same time serving as direct control of Jaish. This agreement allows Jaish to remain active in Afghanistan and conduct an attack on India without harassing Pakistan in the World Forum.
Over the years, Pakistan has developed a new strategy of infiltrating and operating in Afghanistan-based terrorist groups by executives in Pakistani terrorist clothing. There are several reports in the Afghani media about the existence of Jaish and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba camps in areas controlled by the Taliban.
The Jaish-led Helmand attack represents a future risk for India, but the success achieved by Afghan forces gives hope that Pakistan’s Kashmir-Afghan proxy war can only be defeated if India and Afghanistan merge.