india policy on taliban


india policy on taliban
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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh 

The present happenings in Afghanistan have raised new safety questions, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stated Monday, asserting the Central authorities is alert and able to coping with any state of affairs. He additionally stated no anti-national pressure needs to be allowed to encourage terrorism from throughout the border by making the most of the developments in Afghanistan.

He was addressing the third Balramji Dass Tandon memorial lecture organised by Panjab University on the difficulty of nationwide safety.

“What is happening in neighbouring Afghanistan is raising new questions in terms of security and our government is keeping a watch on the developments there,” stated Singh in his handle delivered by way of video conferencing.

Along with the safety of Indians, Singh stated, “Our government also wants that anti-national forces do not encourage terrorism from across the border by taking advantage of the development there.”

“We have some more concerns which can become challenges from the point of view of national security,” he added. Singh stated the Modi-led authorities on the Centre is alert and able to coping with any state of affairs.

The Taliban took management of Afghanistan on August 15, capturing all main cities in a matter of days, two weeks earlier than the US was set to finish its troop withdrawal after a vexatious two-decade battle. 

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