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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Pakistan's hand behind the demand to place Taliban in united nation,, India ruined the plan like this

Pakistan is putting full emphasis on the entry of Taliban in international forums. First, an attempt was made to bring in Taliban representation in the SCO. If things did not work out, Pakistan strongly raised the demand for Taliban representation for the meeting of SAARC foreign ministers. SAARC countries also rejected Pakistan's demand. The meeting was canceled for this reason.
Now Pakistan's brain is also being told behind the demand to recognize the representative of Taliban in the UN. Experts say that amid the world's apprehensions about the Taliban, Pakistan's advocacy is questioning its intentions too. At present, India is strongly opposing Pakistan's exercise. In front of India's solid logic, the fault of Pakistan is still not visible.

ISI's strategy to establish dominance

Experts say that Pakistan's ISI is completely working on a strategy to establish its dominance over the Taliban regime. Pakistan has assured the Taliban that it will make its voice vocal at the global level. The Pakistani agency has also been trying from the beginning to give more preference to pro-Pakistan faces in the Talibani system.

India not in favor of recognition

Sources said India had made its stand clear during the SCO meeting. Still India has the same stand. India is not in favor of any recognition of the existing system of Taliban. Even during the US visit, Prime Minister Modi will once again express India's clear stand. India believes that any attempt to recognize the existing Taliban regime threatens to increase radicalization and terrorism.

Pakistan shuddered

On the other hand, Pakistan is stunned when the Taliban rule in Afghanistan is not yet recognized by the world. Pakistan's National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf said a few days ago that the 'wait and watch' policy of recognizing the Taliban regime is completely wrong and could result in economic collapse of the conflict-torn country. However, to show the world, Pakistan is also showing that it is pressurizing the Taliban for an inclusive government. Sources say that many countries are advocating for a common policy of the UN in the context of Afghanistan. Most of the countries of the world have accepted India's logic.