The world needs to stand United against terror. India has made its stand clear. We are not going soft on terror. PM Modi has time and again reiterated that the world shouldn’t differentiate between ‘good terror’ and ‘bad terror’. According to some news reports Indian NSA Ajit Doval is all set to fly to Afghanistan and may even send troops to help the Afghan Government in defending the country. Global intelligence reports have confirmed that there was an ISI-Pakistan link to the Kabul blasts.
A defencenews.in report says that Ajit Doval had recently met Afghan NSA Hanif Atmar in Russia and had also linked the Afghan government to deliver an official invitation to the Indian government to dispatch Indian troops.
Terror organisation Taliban has denied any involvement in the recent bomb attack. Zabiullah Mujahid, Taliban spokesperson said that Taliban leadership had issued instructions against targeting any civilian or civilian facilities and alleged that this could be the part of a strategy to send more troops to Afghanistan.
Afghanistan has severed ties with Pakistan after the Kabul attack. They have even cancelled playing cricket with Pakistan. There is an open campaign against Pakistan which is being carried out by former Afghan intelligence chief Saleh Amrullah.
The Pajhwok dispatch from Washington which was published in Outlook Afghanistan had quoted a prominent Indian defence expert on May 18, 2017 that “New Delhi could perhaps be persuaded to send up a division of around 15000 troops to Afghanistan under a UN peacekeeping mission.
India has promised to fight against all terror networks and stand by every nation that has been a victim of terror. Pakistan and other nations shielding terror must be given a strong message.