Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Afghan Taliban Jihad Against India

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Source:The Express Tribune

According to a poster that has gone viral on the internet, Afghan Taliban are planning a jihad against India after Eid-ul-Fitr.

It is also being rumored that the Afghan Taliban jihad aims to rescue Indian Muslims from the atrocities of the extremists in India.

The poster below refers to the jihad as Ghazwa-e-Hind.

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Via Twitter

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Moreover, an interview of chief Taliban negotiator, Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai is also making rounds on social media.

As per details, the Taliban leader said that they were forced to take action because India has always supported traitors in Afghanistan.

India has always played a negative role in Afghanistan. India supported traitors in the country.

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Federal Minister for Science & Technology, Fawad Chaudhry also took to Twitter to warn India to stay out of Afghanistan.

He wrote, “Afghanistan is not your business stay out of it and let peace be the destiny of people of Afghanistan.”

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The development comes after there have been several violent attacks during the last few months disrupting peace in Afghanistan.

However, Indian media is reporting that the Afghan government has rejected the allegations by the Taliban.

Furthermore, in a statement issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, the “friendly relation” between the two countries was highlighted.

India is one of the biggest donor countries and has helped Afghanistan in development and reconstruction areas, we appreciate their cooperation. We expect India and other neighboring countries to play a significant role in the Afghan peace process.

Gran Hewad, spokesperson of MoFA, while talking to Radio Azadi

Let’s hope that peace prevails and all parties concerned are able to resolve their issues amicably.