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Amid the takeover of the Taliban, large numbers of Islamic State, JeM, LeT terrorists have entered Kabul: Report

Kabul: As the Taliban regain control of the presidential palace in Kabul following a dramatic collapse of the Afghan government, a large number of Islamic State (IS), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants have reportedly entered the capital . The Taliban leadership is aware of the presence of these groups that entered the nation with the Taliban flag, according to a report from Hindus.Read also – Taliban effect: Dress code for Men addresses Salwar Kameez, women fully covered by hijab

Under the withdrawal of US troops, the Taliban is obliged to prevent any terrorist group from operating in Afghanistan and is expected to oust the reported organizations from Kabul within the next few days. Read also – Will never bow to Taliban terrorists: Former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh; Promises new fight

According to the report, an Afghan human rights worker working closely with the Taliban in Doha highlighted that the next few days are critical for these foreign militant groups to operate contrary to orders from the Taliban leadership. Read also – Hema Malini speaks for Afghanistan in the midst of the crisis: Do not know what the Taliban is going to do

Meanwhile, sources with the news agency ANI said that these Pakistani groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi have built checkpoints in some villages and parts of Kabul along with the Taliban: Sources

According to data collected by the UN, the number could be around 10,000 because thousands of militants from Pakistani-backed terrorist organizations such as LeT, JeM, Taliban Pakistan have been heavily embedded in the Taliban.

Taliban insurgents swept into Afghanistan’s capital on Sunday after the government collapsed and President Ashraf Ghani left the country. There are witnesses to unprecedented scenes in the Afghan capital Kabul, where panicked people are rushing to flee the country from all possible nooks and corners.

Lightning strikes in the Taliban in Afghanistan have created a global alarm, and the UN has called on countries to “stop the forced return of Afghan nationals” when seeking refuge in the midst of an emergency.

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