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Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan Mocks Pakistan Army’s Incompetence over Domestic Issues

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan also dismissed the Pakistan Army's allegations of backing from India

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PAKISTAN: The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) rejected allegations by the Pakistani military that it was being backed by India. 

In a statement, the TTP criticised the Pakistan Army for its inability to “liberate even an inch of Kashmir” from India and questioned the Army’s competence in dealing with domestic issues. 

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The TTP also dismissed the Pakistan Army’s claim that it is a proxy of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), India’s intelligence agency.

The TTP’s propaganda wing, TTP Umar Media, questioned the Pakistan Army’s claims. They asked that if the TTP is indeed supported by India, then why the Pakistani establishment is talking to the Taliban rulers of Afghanistan regarding TTP sanctuaries on Afghan soil.

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The TTP has also blamed the Pakistan Army for fueling the economic crisis and political chaos in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid has urged the international community to establish diplomatic ties with the current regime in Afghanistan. 

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Mujahid stated that the international community should engage with the Islamic Emirate so that it can take responsible actions regarding some issues, some laws, and other issues in the world.

The TTP’s rejection of the Pakistan Army’s allegations underscores the growing tensions between the Pakistani military and the Taliban in Afghanistan. 

The Taliban’s recent takeover of Afghanistan has emboldened militant groups in Pakistan, including the TTP, to step up their attacks on Pakistani forces.

The TTP’s criticism of the Pakistan Army’s inability to resolve the Kashmir issue also highlights the continuing tensions between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory. 

The TTP’s comments may be seen as an attempt to exploit these tensions and further destabilise the region.

The international community will be closely watching the situation in Pakistan and Afghanistan, as the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan has raised concerns about the spread of militant groups across the region. 

The TTP’s rejection of the Pakistan Army’s allegations will only add to these concerns and increase the pressure on Pakistan to take action against militant groups operating on its soil.

Also Read: 6.5-magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern Afghanistan and Pakistan, Kills at Least 13


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