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Afghan Army Chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai will visit India from July 27 to 29 and interact with top security officials. This visit comes against the backdrop of an ongoing conflict between the Taliban and security forces in Afghanistan.
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Afghan Army Chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai is scheduled to visit India from July 27 to July 29, as per sources. He will interact with top security officials including the Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane. He is also expected to meet National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

Ahmadzai's visit to India comes against the backdrop of an ongoing conflict between the Taliban and Afghan forces in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan’s deputy minister of acquisition and technical planning was also scheduled to visit India from July 11 and 16. However, his trip was rescheduled. “The visit is likely to happen later but the dates have not been fixed yet,” said an official.

LIKELY DISCUSSIONS
The supply of military platforms and equipment to Afghanistan as part of military assistance from India is likely to be a point of discussion during Ahmadzai's visit, an official said.

Over the last few years, India has supplied seven helicopters to Afghanistan. While four of them are Mi24 attack helicopters, the other three are Cheetal helicopters. Additionally, India has been training Afghan cadets at military academies.

Earlier, Afghanistan had given a wishlist to India which consisted of offensive military hardware including artillery guns, tanks and armoured vehicles.

India has invested three billion US dollars in infrastructure projects in Afghanistan over the years. This includes the building of roads, a critical dam and the parliament building of the country.

APPOINTMENT OF GEN. AHMADZAI
A month ago, the previous army chief in Afghanistan was removed by the government after casualties from the Afghan forces' side rose and the Taliban expanded its control over several provinces. General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai was appointed then.

Apart from the army chief, the defence and interior ministers in Afghanistan were also replaced.

ONGOING CONFLICT IN AFGHANISTAN
Clashes between the Taliban and Aghan forces in Afghanistan have intensified after US forces began withdrawing from the region and handed over military bases to the Afghans. Over the last few months, the Taliban has been expanding its influence in the war-torn country.

Meanwhile, reports about Pakistan's collaboration with the Taliban to target Indian assets in Afghanistan have emerged.

In light of the intensified conflict, Indian staff from the Counsulate in Kandahar were evacuated and brought back to India on July 11. Intelligence reports suggest that the threat to the Indian Counsulates in Kandahar and Mazar-e-Shairf has increased.

 

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Afghan Army Chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai will visit India from July 27 to 29 and interact with top security officials. This visit comes against the backdrop of an ongoing conflict between the Taliban and security forces in Afghanistan.
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Afghan Army Chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai is scheduled to visit India from July 27 to July 29, as per sources. He will interact with top security officials including the Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane. He is also expected to meet National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

Ahmadzai's visit to India comes against the backdrop of an ongoing conflict between the Taliban and Afghan forces in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan’s deputy minister of acquisition and technical planning was also scheduled to visit India from July 11 and 16. However, his trip was rescheduled. “The visit is likely to happen later but the dates have not been fixed yet,” said an official.

LIKELY DISCUSSIONS
The supply of military platforms and equipment to Afghanistan as part of military assistance from India is likely to be a point of discussion during Ahmadzai's visit, an official said.

Over the last few years, India has supplied seven helicopters to Afghanistan. While four of them are Mi24 attack helicopters, the other three are Cheetal helicopters. Additionally, India has been training Afghan cadets at military academies.

Earlier, Afghanistan had given a wishlist to India which consisted of offensive military hardware including artillery guns, tanks and armoured vehicles.

India has invested three billion US dollars in infrastructure projects in Afghanistan over the years. This includes the building of roads, a critical dam and the parliament building of the country.

APPOINTMENT OF GEN. AHMADZAI
A month ago, the previous army chief in Afghanistan was removed by the government after casualties from the Afghan forces' side rose and the Taliban expanded its control over several provinces. General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai was appointed then.

Apart from the army chief, the defence and interior ministers in Afghanistan were also replaced.

ONGOING CONFLICT IN AFGHANISTAN
Clashes between the Taliban and Aghan forces in Afghanistan have intensified after US forces began withdrawing from the region and handed over military bases to the Afghans. Over the last few months, the Taliban has been expanding its influence in the war-torn country.

Meanwhile, reports about Pakistan's collaboration with theTaliban to target Indian assets in Afghanistan have emerged.

In light of the intensified conflict, Indian staff from the Counsulate in Kandahar were evacuated and brought back to India on July 11. Intelligence reports suggest that the threat to the Indian Counsulates in Kandahar and Mazar-e-Shairf has increased.


Nothing new. India cannot provide sophisticated weapons to the puppets as the entire region from central asian countries to iran to china to russia will object.

If the current active interference of India continues than Pakistan will be left with no option to pick a side.

Without American daddy in Afghanistan India will end up at the loosing side.

It is time to put the kanjar opposition in place which is flaming and spreading Afghan propaganda against the state of Pakistan for political gains and prepare to secure our western border through active support to anti puppet regime elements in Afghanistan.
 
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Loser to loser....
Nothing new. India cannot provide sophisticated weapons to the puppets as the entire region from central asian countries to iran to china to russia will object.

If the current active interference of India continues than Pakistan will be left with no option to pick a side.

Without American daddy in Afghanistan India will end up at the loosing side.

It is time to put the kanjar opposition in place which is falming and spreadi g Afghan propaganda against the state of Pakistan for political gains and prepare to secure our western border through active support to anti puppet regieme elements in Afghanistan.
What sophisticated weapons that NATO doesn't have India has ??
 

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By the time General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai returns back after his inevitable last foreign trip to India, he'll realize that all his troops have surrendered to the Taliban & that he's been relived of his duties.

#TooLate
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By the time General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai returns back after his inevitable last foreign trip to India, he'll realize that all his troops have surrendered to the Taliban & that he's been relived of his duties.

#TooLate
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Pakistan can not afford a stalemate or a never ending civil war, Taliban will need support without that it will be hard or even not possible for them to cross the finish line. The quicker we get rid of puppets the sooner Afghanistan will stabilize, and so will our western border.

The regime in Kabul is actively in war with us through proxies no matter what you do they are and will be our enemies , so stop acting like it is a choice we have do whats necessary.

Ghani and the likes of Saleh Mohib are not going to leave power at any cost and only can be dislodged through military victory. They will actively sabotage any peace deal or any form of coalition transitional government.

The remaining sensible elements in current governemnt need to be seperated from them and an understanding needs to be developed between them and the Taliban, if they refuse to support the governemnt in war along and with Pakistan support for the Taliban than only the puppet regime will fall.
 

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My good brother, Kabul is Afghanistan. Everything else is just barren land. Trust me, i've spent my time in Kabul, Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif & a few bases.

If you see Kabul on Google Maps, you'll realize its surrounded by mountains. All you need to do its cut the fuel line. Problem solved.

No Petrol. No trucks brining in supplies. The Airport - if you see whats in the background, you'll come to realize that its the easiest target in the city from the mountains, which have hundreds of houses.

Taliban just need to sit tight & Kabul will come to them.
 

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My good brother, Kabul is Afghanistan. Everything else is just barren land. Trust me, i've spent my time in Kabul, Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif & a few bases.

If you see Kabul on Google Maps, you'll realize its surrounded by mountains. All you need to do its cut the fuel line. Problem solved.

No Petrol. No trucks brining in supplies. The Airport - if you see whats in the background, you'll come to realize that its the easiest target in the city from the mountains, which have hundreds of houses.

Taliban just need to sit tight & Kabul will come to them.
Thats the strategy Taliban are betting on for the whole country aswell first step being taking the border crossings.

But for kabul they need to encircle it first. Means taking panjshir and other surrounding provinces. The central hazara part is also firmly in kabul grasp especially after they retook 2 districts of bamyan province ( khamurd and sighan).

Its more of a stalemate situation for the past 4 days.

My point was Taliban are stretched at the moment, the quicker the stalemate ends the better. Also border with tribal areas is offering resistance to Takiban as it is home of anti Pakistan proxies, KPF etc.
 

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I think afgoon army chief he wants to learn from from IAF how to safely eject over Pakistan when getting shot down
 

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Civil war seems inevitable now, India is pushing for it as it won't bear the consequences. Prepare for another wave of refugees, we can warn them but you cannot turn them away when they are at your door like what happened in Europe.
 

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We should try our best utmost best to deny Indian access to Central Asia period.
US will also force India to divert attention to the South China sea.. China pressing from North East and Pakistan applying pressure from North West India will collapse. They wana play the IED game well wait and watch. Indians want to plant IED in Bloachistan. Soon they will see themselves burn 🔥 from inside and outside. They will be all over India cities and structures civil or military...
 

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Civil war seems inevitable now, India is pushing for it as it won't bear the consequences. Prepare for another wave of refugees, we can warn them but you cannot turn them away when they are at your door like what happened in Europe.
Not necessary some believe there will be a swift surrender rather then civil war
Thats the strategy Taliban are betting on for the whole country aswell first step being taking the border crossings.

But for kabul they need to encircle it first. Means taking panjshir and other surrounding provinces. The central hazara part is also firmly in kabul grasp especially after they retook 2 districts of bamyan province ( khamurd and sighan).

Its more of a stalemate situation for the past 4 days.

My point was Taliban are stretched at the moment, the quicker the stalemate ends the better. Also border with tribal areas is offering resistance to Takiban as it is home of anti Pakistan proxies, KPF etc.
Not really
All they have to do is take all boarder crossing

They took all sane 1 which they r waiting for stepember date
 

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