Islamabad [Pakistan]March 5 (ANI): The resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan is proving fatal for Pakistan as the militant offshoot of the Afghan Taliban, the Taliban Movement of Pakistan (TTP), is gaining influence not only in Pakistan’s tribal areas bordering Afghanistan. According to the Afghan Diaspora Network, there are other places.
According to the Afghan Diaspora Network, the TTP and its infantry are seeking safe haven in Afghanistan without any restrictions.
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TTP militants stormed the Karachi police chief’s office on February 17, leading to an hours-long battle between the militants and various law enforcement agencies. The attack left four dead and 18 wounded.
All three terrorists belonging to the TTP were killed. Such an audacious attack shows the degree of freedom that this particular terrorist group has exercised within Pakistan.
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TTP warns of more attacks on Pakistani law enforcement officers. “Police should stay away from our war with the slave army, otherwise attacks on high-ranking police safe havens will continue,” TTP said in a statement. The message from the agency is that the TTP will continue to fight for the implementation of Sharia law in the country.”
Since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, TTP militants have been rampaging across Pakistan, attacking various police personnel, police stations, checkpoints, etc.
According to the Afghan Diaspora Network, after playing “hide and seek” for more than a year, TTP finally ended the ceasefire agreement with the Pakistani establishment on November 28, 2022. Crucially, even before the ceasefire ended, hundreds of TTP militants had returned to their former stronghold in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, an ominous sign in itself.
The Pakistan Military Monitor (PMM) recently reported that, frustrated by the lack of cooperation of the Afghan rulers in fighting the rampant Pakistani Taliban movement (TTP), Pakistan plans to cross the border to attack the latter’s hideout, however, the move means serious border tensions. problems and the failure of Afghanistan policy.
Any confrontation on the non-Palestine border, where skirmishes have already occurred, would surely mean greater tensions and frequent closures of access to landlocked Afghanistan.
For Pakistan, that means more Afghan refugees, more displacement of its own people, and more belligerence and violence. For the world, new conflict zones report PMM.
Pakistan is planning to attack the TTP cross-border hideout it has occupied for 20 years and facilitate their retake of Kabul.
However, the Taliban are reluctant to expel their ideological brethren and want to use them as leverage against Islamabad and as a bargaining chip to end global isolation, PMM reported. (Arnie)
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