Afghanistan's vice president has made controversial claims about Pakistani army special units controlling Talibans in the country. Afghanistan's vice president has made controversial claims about Pakistani army special units controlling Talibans in the country.

Afghanistan's vice president has made controversial claims about Pakistani army special units controlling Talibans in the country.


Afghan vice president, Amrullah Salehi claimed that special groups of Pakistan army are controlling Afghan Taliban as attacks on Afghan security forces intensified.

The Afghan Taliban are being led and guided by special units of the Pakistan Army controlling Talibans from Peshawar, Quetta, and elsewhere, according to Vice President Amrullah Saleh.

The Vice President of Afghanistan has divided the Taliban into three groups. The Pakistan Army's anti-terror unit is in charge of one of the groups. The second deals with the locals by threatening them into accepting their policies and extorting money from them. The third group is the newly recruited group, which lacks vision and morality.

He also stated that even if the Taliban were to gain more territory, they would still be unable to rule the country. While the Taliban have already told US President Barack Obama that they can take control of Afghanistan in two weeks if they so desire.

The situation in Afghanistan is rapidly deteriorating as the Taliban take control of more and more territory in the war-torn country. Afghan security forces appear to be clueless when it comes to Taliban attacks. Over 200 major districts in Afghanistan have been taken over by the Taliban. Terrorist threats loom over Pakistan's borders, as the TTP moves its headquarters to the country's western regions. As soldiers are killed on a daily basis in Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, attacks on Pakistani security forces are intensifying.

Pakistan controlling Afghan talibans, truth or false:

For the past two decades, Pakistan has been a major victim of terrorism, with over 70,000 people killed as a result of terrorism.

The Afghan Taliban have grown in strength to the point where NATO forces are leaving Afghanistan without a solution, resulting in civil war. The Afghan Taliban are on the verge of overthrowing Ashraf Ghani's government, with their spokespersons blaming Pakistan for their country's losses.

If the claims of the Afghan vice president are true, the question remains as to why the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has no control over the Pakistani army and its soldiers are being killed on a daily basis by TTP attacks. This is a contentious statement because it is widely assumed that the Afghan government is largely controlled by India, and that such statements are made as a result of Indian influence.

However, since its inception in 1947, Afghanistan has never truly accepted Pakistan. Over a long border known as the Durant line, there are some territorial differences between two neighbours. Pakistan claims Afghan soil is being used in terrorist activities in Pakistan, while Afghan officials claim Pakistan is using the Taliban against them.

In such situations, the truth is never known, and the situation in Afghanistan is not about to change anytime soon.

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