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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

US puts Pakistan's class on 'raising' Taliban, India gets applause

Pakistan has now given a warning to Pakistan celebrating after the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan. The US has said that its relations with Pakistan will depend on how its relations with the Taliban are going to be. It is not hidden from the world that Pakistan is a big supporter of the Taliban and how much it has supported the terrorist group. Now US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that the US will consider its relationship with Pakistan in the coming weeks and think about what role the US would like to see Pakistan play in the future of Afghanistan. Blinken also appreciated India's presence in Afghanistan during this period. He said that India's presence has definitely affected Pakistan's harmful activities in Afghanistan.

In the first public meeting since the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, Blinken said that Pakistan has many advantages over Afghanistan that can create problems for us. Blinken said, "Pakistan is taking two boat rides in a row about the future of Afghanistan. It is supporting the Taliban and on the other hand, it is also supporting us in many anti-terrorist activities."

During this conversation of Blinken, lawmakers present there questioned whether America should now reconsider its relationship with Pakistan? So Blinken said the administration would do so soon. “We will be looking at a number of things in the coming weeks – the role Pakistan has played in the last 20 years and the role we want to see it play in the coming weeks,” he said. Will consider what would need to be done to make this happen."

Pakistan has close ties with the Taliban. While the US-backed government was waging a war with the Taliban, Pakistan continued to support the terror group - although Islamabad denied these allegations. Apart from this, Pakistan is the second country after Qatar that has the most influence on the Taliban and after the US invasion in 2001, many big Taliban leaders fled to Pakistan to take refuge in Pakistan.

On Monday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken strongly defended the steps taken by President Joe Biden's administration to deal with the issue of troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan in April this year. The Taliban gained control of Afghanistan in a short time amid the withdrawal of US troops, which US lawmakers have criticized the Biden administration.

"There is no evidence that a longer stay would have strengthened the Afghan security forces or the Afghan government, or would have made them more self-reliant," Blinken said Monday during a hearing before the Parliament's Committee on Afghanistan. If 20 years and hundreds of billions of dollars in support, equipment and training weren't enough, what difference would another year, or five or ten years, make?

There is to be a hearing in both houses of the US Parliament regarding the developments in Afghanistan. Blinken appeared before Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee on Monday and is due to appear before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday.