AjeyoLAST UPDATED: Aug. 7, 2020, 4:04 p.m.
Islamabad: Pakistan never learns its lessons and is busy preparing a new terror plan even after being defeated numerous times by India.
As the news of the success of peace talks between the US and Taliban continues in Afghanistan, the blood pressure of terrorist bosses in Pakistan is increasing.
With the Afghan Taliban reiterating that they have no intention of interfering in Kashmir, Pakistan's plans of using Afghan jehadis against India once the US Army withdraws from Afghanistan seems to have become a major flop.
As a result, the ISI has now started preparations to build a new Taliban.
At a time when countries all over the world are throwing everything into the war against the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistan is engaged in creating new terror plans against India instead of looking after its population which is badly affected by the COVID-19 virus.
According to Afghan intelligence sources, Pakistan's ISI wants a new organization to be created in place of the Taliban. Because if the peace talks between the United States and the Taliban in Afghanistan succeed, then Pakistan will not succeed in its plan of terror.
According to sources, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a phone conversation with President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan on the occasion of Eid, the latter expressed concerns that Pakistan is plotting to prevent better conditions from prevailing in Afghanistan.
Indian intelligence agency RAW also has information since 2019 that since the success of the peace talks between and US Taliban, there is a conspiracy going on in Pakistan to increase the number of terrorists in Kashmir.
The NIA has evidence that an Indian youth from Kerala who went missing with his pregnant wife in 2016, is accused of a blast in the province of Nangarhar in Afghanistan. This Indian youth had carried out a suicide blast by blowing up a vehicle filled with explosives. The suicide bomber was named Abu Rabaha Al Mujahir, who is alleged to be from Kasargod in Kerala.
In Iraq, 3 Indian youths are among 11 Islamic State (IS) terrorists who are accused of planning a bomb attack. Of these 11 terrorists, 4 are from Tajikistan, 3 Indians, 3 Afghans and 1 is from Pakistan.