TTA viral video regarding attacks on Pakistan

In Local
March 27, 2024


A recently leaked video from the Dangar Algar region of Afghanistan depicting Tehreek-e-Taliban Afghanistan (TTA) operatives planning attacks on Pakistani security forces raises significant questions about ongoing terrorist threats and the Afghan government’s role in regional security.

That video shows people from the Taliban in Afghanistan (TTA) talking about how to attack Pakistani security forces. In the video, instructions are being given by a TTA commander to the members of the group, which includes both TTA and TTP, to carry out attacks on Pakistani posts. The commander is heard saying, “We are prepared to attack Pakistan.”

The commander further details the plan, saying, “The plan includes six rocket launchers with six assistants, two lasers with two assistants, and a sniper.” He adds, “All these fighters are ready to act on the orders of the Ameerul Momineen Sheikh Abadullah.”

The video also shows the presence of a suicide bomber. Additionally, the members of the group are expressing their readiness to engage in conflict against Pakistan.

Evidence of Doha Accord Violations

The video appears to confirm long-standing concerns that the Afghan government is violating the Doha Accord. This agreement aimed to help lasting peace by preventing Afghan territory from being used for terrorist activities. The presence of TTA groups actively planning attacks within Afghanistan undermines this agreement.

The video also offers evidence that TTA members have and know how to run US military equipment. This suggests a failure to secure these weapons after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, implying a dangerous degree of freedom for terrorist organizations in the region.

Hafiz Gul Bahadur: An Unfortunate Influential Figure

The video highlights the role of Hafiz Gul Bahadur, a TTA commander with seemingly significant influence within the group. The prominence of figures like Bahadur raises alarm about the strength and organizational capability of the TTA on Afghan soil. It makes us really worried about how strong and organized the TTA still is, even with a new government in Afghanistan. This whole situation feels like a huge step backwards for anyone hoping for peace and stability in the region.

Call for Responsible Afghan Governance

Pakistan have said repeatedly that terrorism is a threat to both Pakistan and Afghanistan. This leaked video proves how important it is for the Afghan government to keep its promises to fight terrorism. If they don’t, it’s going to be impossible to bring peace, economic growth, and teamwork to the region.

It’s time for the Afghan government to take charge. They can’t let their country keep being a safe place for terrorist groups that want to hurt their neighbors. Pakistan needs to work with the international community to put pressure on Afghanistan to live up to its responsibilities. Only by working together can we hope to end the threat of terrorism and build a better future for the entire region.

The Role of the Afghan Government

The Afghan government should act responsibly, as our leadership rightly said that terrorism is a danger for both Pakistan and Afghanistan. They should fulfill their role in combating terrorism so that both countries can prosper. This includes taking decisive action against groups like the one led by Hafiz Gul Bahadur. Ultimately, it all comes down to the political will of the Afghan government. They should change their policies and eradicate terrorism. Doing so will not only ensure the safety and security of their own country but also lead to diplomatic support, investment, and connectivity for Afghanistan. This is a crucial step towards a peaceful and prosperous future for the region.

The Afghan government should take several steps to address the situation:

1) Acknowledge the Threat: Recognize the presence and activities of groups like TTA and TTP within its borders. Ignoring or denying the problem will only allow it to escalate. Hand over the militants to Pakistan who are involved in terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

2) Strengthen Security Measures: Enhance security at the borders and other sensitive areas to prevent cross-border attacks. This includes improving intelligence and surveillance capabilities.

3) Engage in Diplomatic Dialogue: Open channels of communication with Pakistan and other affected countries to discuss the issue and find collaborative solutions.

4) Adhere to International Agreements: Respect and adhere to international agreements like the Doha Accord, which call for action against terrorist activities.

5) Act Against Terrorist Groups: Actively combat terrorist groups working within its borders. This includes disrupting their recruitment and training activities and dismantling their operational bases.

By taking these steps, the Afghan government can play a crucial role in mitigating the threat posed by groups like TTA and TTP and contribute to regional peace and stability. It’s a challenging task, but one that is essential for the safety and well-being of its citizens and neighbors.



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