America Secret Mission To Kill TTP Terrorists Like Al-Zawahiri Why Taliban Is Biggest Concern For US

America Secret Mission To Kill TTP Terrorists: When the US withdrew its army after ending the decades-long war in Afghanistan, it had put a condition that the Taliban government would not provide any shelter to the terrorist groups after coming back. However, looking at today’s picture, it seems that Taliban is not paying special attention to its promise made to America. Taliban has also spoiled relations with its old friend Pakistan. that constantly ‘Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’ Is giving support from across the border.

Bad relationship with ‘Friend Pakistan’

Pakistan was the first to welcome the Taliban’s occupation of Kabul. The Imran Khan government of that time had declared Taliban fighters as Mujahideen brothers and friends of Pakistan. The then Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed had publicly confessed that the relatives of Taliban terrorists were taking shelter in his country. When injured, these terrorists are treated on Pakistani soil.

Now Pakistan is suffering. The Taliban army of Afghanistan is firing indiscriminately on the civilian population on the Chaman border. Taliban militants on Sunday captured an anti-terrorist center and took people hostage in Bannu district of Pakistan’s restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Police said that the terrorists infiltrated the cantonment and freed the terrorists who were in captivity.

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Such a situation threatens not only an escalation of violence in Pakistan, but also a possible escalation of border tensions between the Afghan and Pakistani governments.

Biggest concern for America

The tension between Taliban and Pakistan is a matter of concern not only for Pakistan but also for America. In fact, last year Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan leader Noor Wali Mehsud told CNN that in return for helping drive the US out of Kabul, he now wants the Afghan Taliban to support him in his fight in Pakistan. Tell that Tehreek-e-Taliban wants to overthrow the government of his country in Pakistan and wants to implement its strict Islamic law.

In an exclusive interview with CNN this week, Mehsud accused Islamabad of breaking the ceasefire, saying, “They violated the ceasefire and killed ten of our comrades and arrested ten.”

When Mehsud was asked directly whether the Afghan Taliban were now helping his group, as he had once hoped, he replied, “We are fighting Pakistan’s war from within Pakistan’s borders.” We have the capability to fight for decades using Pakistani soil.

This statement of Mehsud has increased the concern of America with Pakistan. The FBI has been tracking TTP for at least a decade and a half. In 2010, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan had trained a person named Faisal Shazad for a vehicle blast in Times Square, New York. The TTP was designated a terrorist organization after the Times Square attack and is still considered a threat to US interests.

In April this year, the Pakistan Army had said that TTP terrorists were using Afghan soil to carry out activities inside Pakistan. More recently in November, the day after the ceasefire was broken, Islamabad again claimed that the TTP was using Afghan territory as a safe haven. The next day, the TTP claimed responsibility for an attack in the border province of Quetta, where a suicide bomber targeted a police van helping a polio vaccination team, killing three and injuring 23.

In a statement three days after the ceasefire expired, the United States also accused the Pakistani Taliban of using Afghan territory. The US State Department has designated Qari Amjad as a global terrorist. This raises the possibility that the US may target TTP commanders found active in Afghanistan. Just as it killed Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a drone strike in Kabul in September.

“The United States remains committed to countering the threat posed by terrorist groups operating in Afghanistan, including Al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP),” the US State Department said.

Noor Wali Mehsud’s threat to America

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan leader Noor Wali Mehsud said about America, “America should stop teasing us by unnecessarily interfering in our affairs at the instigation of Pakistan.” This brutal decision shows the failure of American politics. If America takes such a step, then America itself will be responsible for its loss. America has not yet understood the double faced policy of the Government of Pakistan.

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