A Huge Group of ISI-Jaish-Lashkar militants are entering Kabul.
The barrel of a gun is the source of power. This infamous statement of Mao has been proved true by the Taliban. The “country of Kabuliwala” is now the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan” mixed with the dust of 20 years of “reconstruction” of democratic America.
In such a situation, shocking information has come to light. Islamic State, Al Qaeda, Jaish-e-Mohammed, and Lashkar-e-Taiba militants have reportedly entered Kabul. And their de facto son-in-law has been warmly welcomed by the Taliban-controlled administration.
As a result, there is a fear that the Islamic State will gain strength again at the doorstep of India.
Concerns have been raised worldwide that foreign jihadists have gathered in several places in Kabul carrying Taliban flags. Among them are members of IS, Lashkar, Al Qaeda, and Jaish. And the rash of these terrorist organizations is not in the hands of the Taliban leaders in that sense.
As a result, the organizations are united at present. Still, there is a danger of clashes between them shortly. And if that is the case, it is needless to say that Kabul will be bloody again.
Under the Taliban’s peace deal with the United States, no militant group will operate on Afghan soil. In the next few days, such groups are to be uprooted from Kabul.
However, the next few days will be critical, said an Afghan human rights activist who works closely with the Taliban’s political office in Doha. Because, in violation of the orders of the Taliban leadership, the militant groups can launch their operations.
So the big question is how active the Taliban leadership is in preventing foreign militants from forming alliances on the country’s soil and becoming mighty.
Meanwhile, Mullah Yaqub, the son of the late Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban, has arrived in Kabul. He is the Taliban’s chief of operations. His next task is to establish a strong Taliban leadership throughout the country, including in Kabul.
The threat of a possible Taliban confrontation with these militant groups cannot be ruled out if the military tries to oust them militarily. Ensuring the security of Kabul is the biggest challenge for the Taliban in the first place.
The international community will also look at the role of the Taliban in undermining the influence of international militant groups such as IS or Daesh, JEM, and LeT.
Meanwhile, the Taliban has not yet officially announced the formation of a government. But Afghanistan will become an Islamic emir.
However, the militant group has spoken of forming a government with all parties. The Taliban talks with former President Hamid Karzai, Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah and former World Warlord Mujahideen leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.
Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar returned home from Doha, the capital of Qatar, on Tuesday.
However, with Kabul airport still in US hands, more Taliban leaders are delaying their return. All in all, there is extreme uncertainty in Kabul at the moment.
Devika Chowdhury – She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.