Afghan Army destroys Jaish-e-Mohammad bases in Nangarhar  

Kabul: The Afghan military has destroyed a base of the terrorist organisation, Jaish-e-Mohammad, in the eastern province of Nangarhar. A local Afghan news agency reported the story. Only a few days ago, reports had surfaced of Jaish terrorists being trained for carrying out saboteur activities in India, at the Taliban bases in Afghanistan. Therefore, the action taken by the Afghanistan military in the Nangarhar province becomes significant for India’s security.    

The Jaish base was operational in the Ghoraki area, in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar since the last 13 years. Jaish-e-Mohammad is a Pakistani terrorist organisation and receives support from Pakistan’s ISI in every possible way. It has thus been proven time and again that Pakistan was behind the Jaish bases located near the Durand Line, border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. After the Afghan military action, a large number of Jaish terrorists as also a significant stockpile of arms and ammunition were found at the base. The Afghan military has seized large quantities of arms and ammunition from the base. Also, the Afghan army arrested a Jaish terrorist of Pakistani origin during the operation.  

Ever since the peace deal between the United States and the Taliban, the Taliban influence in Afghanistan appeared to have grown. As a result, Pakistan’s confidence had bolstered, and the country started the use of Afghan territory for anti-India activities. Consequently, Pakistani ISI began training terrorists from Talibani terror groups in Afghanistan such as Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba, which are under its influence. Nevertheless, the Afghan military seems to have foiled the anti-India conspiracy by destroying the Taliban base. 

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