India using Afghanistan for its nefarious Regional Designs
– The Kabul Attack
Kabul is burning after one of the deadliest attack on the Afghan soil this Wednesday. Afghans are showing their anger on streets against their Government and toothless security apparatus.
– Ashraf Ghani in trouble
On Friday, charged protestors chanted slogans against the President Ashraf Ghani “Death for Ghani” in retaliation to the extremely precarious situation inside Afghanistan.
– Ghani’s Attempt to silence the protestors
7 protesters were killed by Afghan ruthless forces who cannot defend their own people but can kill them mercilessly.
– The corrupt Afghan Army trained by India
The corruption led Government of Ashraf Ghani has stronger roots in Afghan Armed Forces which was sturdily pointed out by a Wall Street Journal Report on Ghost Afghan Soldiers early this year. Afghan Army are mostly trained by Indian Army institutions who are unable to counter any insurgency inside India, including the red corridor, Khalistan, Dalit movement and above all Kashmir freedom movement.
– Track record of Indian Army
The track record of Afghan trainers is well below the standards to produce anything more than the impotent Afghan Armed Forces.
– India and ISIS
– The dirty game of Amrullah Saleh
– What Afghans need to understand
Afghans must understand that Indians are making brothers fight with brothers and this tactic is understood, taken on and now being thrashed out by Pakistan. A peaceful Afghanistan can only be achieved through warm relations with brother Pakistan, while smashing Indians back across Hindukush from where Afghans have been going and teaching them the required lesson for centuries.
– Do you remember?
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