Rajnath Singh on the Taliban: Change in Afghanistan Challenges India; Rajnath Singh Says Changes in Tactics – Changes in Afghanistan’s challenge for us made us rethink our strategy, says Rajnath Singh


  • The situation in Afghanistan is challenging
  • Defensive tactics will change
  • An integrated military team will be formed

Chennai: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday lashed out at the Taliban for taking control of Afghanistan. The changing situation in Afghanistan is challenging. So this is forcing us to change our defense strategies, ”he said. The minister spoke at the Defense Service General Staff College, a military training center in Tamil Nadu.

“The changing situation in Afghanistan has become a challenge for us. This situation is forcing us to change our tactics. This underlines the formation of the Quad.” Rajnath Singh said.

In this case, the formation of integrated military units is being considered. These integrated groups will be ready to fight the enemy, the minister was quoted as saying by the ANI news agency.

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At the same time, he said: “If India has a military presence in Afghanistan, it is not good for them. India may have understood the fate of other countries that had a military presence in Afghanistan. It is an open book for India.” “Taliban spokesman Mohammad Suhail Shaheen told the ANI news agency.

India has helped the Afghan people and national projects. It has been done before. India has contributed to the construction of dams, infrastructure and reconstruction for the people of Afghanistan. Mohammad Suhail Shaheen said that this is all commendable.

Authorities warned that Jaish-e-Muhammad, a terror group, could carry out terror attacks in various parts of India after the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan. Intelligence agencies have warned of possible terrorist attacks in places like Jammu and Kashmir.

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The Hindu cited sources saying that Jaish-e-Muhammad leader Masood Azhar had instructed members of the militant group to carry out attacks in Kashmir after the victory in Afghanistan. The Jaish-e-Muhammad terrorists were reportedly instructed to prepare for the attacks.

Officials say talks have already taken place between top Jaish-e-Muhammad leaders and Taliban leaders. The report said that the Taliban had offered all possible support to Jaish-e-Muhammad for the attacks against India.

Indian troops launch a strong offensive against Jaish-e-Muhammad in Kashmir So far this year, the army has killed several high-ranking terrorists from Jaish. On July 31, two Jaish commanders, both Pakistani nationals, were killed in a clash with Indian troops in Pulwama. They were identified as the masterminds of the 2019 Pulwama terror attack.

Jaish-e-Mohammed is believed to have close ties to international terrorist organizations Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Jaish-e-Mohammed is believed to have been armed and financed by agencies such as the Taliban. Jaish leader Masood Azhar is also on the UN terrorist list.

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