New Delhi : Taliban on Sunday (July 18, 2021) said that it has sent a message to international terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) that the soil of Afghanistan will not be used against ‘any other country’. In an exclusive interview with Zee Media’s Sidhant Sibal, the Taliban’s spokesperson for International Media Suhail Shaheen denied ‘any ties with’ the two Pakistan-based terror groups. Recently, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani had said that intelligence estimates indicate the influx of over ten thousand Jihadi fighters from Pakistan and other places in the past month, a development that comes amid the Taliban making rapid territorial gains. On protection of major infrastructure projects, Shaheen said that the group has a policy of protecting ‘national projects like dams’. India, notably, has constructed major infrastructure projects in the country like India-Afghanistan Friendship Dam in the western Herat province. Zee Media: Has the Taliban cut ties with the UN listed terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed? Taliban spokesperson: We have clearly sent a message to all that we are not allowing anyone to use the soil of Afghanistan against any other country. We don't have any ties with them. About India, it is essential for them… Read full this story
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