It was emphasized that outfits like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed should not be sheltered here.
New Delhi, India has expressed concern about Afghanistan on the issue of terrorism. India has asked the international community to ensure that Afghanistan’s soil is not used to shelter or train terrorists. Especially outfits like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed,
Those who have been banned by the UN Security Council should not find refuge here. Ambassador R Ravindra, Deputy Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the United Nations, expressed New Delhi’s security concerns regarding Afghanistan during the session of the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday. It is worth mentioning that the terrorists of Jaish and Lashkar have been shifted to Afghanistan from Pakistan.
Germany presented a resolution to the UN General Assembly on Thursday. The resolution questioned the human rights of women, the failure to establish a representative government, and the poor economic and social conditions in Afghanistan.
116 votes were cast in favor of this proposal, while 10 votes were cast against, while 67 countries did not participate in the voting. Ravindra said that India notes the useful role played by the UNSC Monitoring Team. It also expects the organization to continue to monitor and report on all terrorist groups that may use Afghanistan as a base to target other countries.
The monitoring team has spoken to Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed fighters present in Afghanistan in recent years. At the same time, some other reports also said that both banned organizations have sent their fighters to Afghanistan.
This step has been taken after pressure from the Financial Action Task Force on Pakistan. After these pressures, Lashkar and Jaish present in Pakistan have moved their fighters to Afghanistan. Ravindra said that our attitude towards Afghanistan will be in line with historical friendship and special relationship. He said that India has always been in favor of peace and stability in Afghanistan.