After TTP, India is fortifying “ISIS Khorasan Chapter” in Afghanistan
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ISIS Khorasan Chapter is installing its roots in Afghanistan rapidly from some time now, and have taken many locals as their prisoners and taken with them to their asylums in the mountains.
With its manpower coming from the neighboring country India, and a strong backup with financial as well as weaponry assistance by R&AW, India is making Afghanistan a harbinger, this time for the “Khorasan Chapter” of ISIS.
In the month of July, this year, 29-year-old Indian national Yasmin was arrested at Delhi airport as she was about to fly for Afghanistan to join the ISIS. During the investigation, Yasmin disclosed that 22 of her confederates have already joined the ISIS Khorasan Chapter in Afghanistan. All her confederates were from Kerala, India.
Arresting Yasmin was the result of lack of coordination between R&AW and other Indian LEAs, since it was with R&AW’s assistance that Yasmin was moving to Afghanistan. By twisting narratives and encouraging Indian Muslims inclined towards Islam to join ISIS, India is cleverly getting rid of Muslims. It is with the support of India that ISIS Khorasan Chapter has been able to relaunch its radio transmission in Afghanistan, this time in five different languages. India is establishing ISIS Khorasan in Afghanistan, keeping a pace with its aid to ISIS networks in Iraq and Syria.
India’s National security advisor Ajit Kumar Doval had made visit to Iraq already, and links of India’s R&AW with ISIS has already been divulged. India’s involvement in strengthening ISIS Khorasan in Afghanistan is just another aim to breed more terrorists with the purpose to attack inside Pakistan.
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