Kabul Spies: Behind Mysterious Killings Of Senior Taliban Leaders

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The fatal shooting of two Afghanistan Senior Taliban members did go unnoticed. After, unidentified persons killed the duo in the heart of Country’s capital, Kabul. In particular, both the members’ activities did qualify ‘illegal’. Also, some fake identification cards are found.

Senior Taliban Leaders Killed

According to government sources, the activities and the persons responsible for the duo’s death still remains a mystery. Especially, between the government security officials and the extremist group in the region. Including, the victims, senior Taliban deputy leader Sheikh Khalid Haqqani and Qari Saif Younis. Both of them are also responsible for the mass killings of civilians. Including, organising suicidal bombings. Also, ordering merciless deaths of hundreds of Pakistanis. In fact, both the leaders are also accused of high-profile militant attacks. The ones that mainly target the politicians. This remains fresh in the minds of many.

This group is also responsible for the Peshawar school attack in the year 2014. The attack that claimed lives of 150 children. Though, the Taliban group did criticise the assassinations, they did identify their identities with details. It is also worth mentioning here how the group did hold secret meeting in Kabul. Soon, they did disappear to the province of Paktika.

What Role did Pakistan Play?

Meanwhile, after the Afghan spies did kill them, the authorities did find the bodies lying next to the vicinity of the International Hotel in Kabul. This is according to an Intelligence report that is the site for deadly attacks in Pakistan. Also, the Taliban leadership did link the clash with the American forces.

Moreover, there is also the idea of holding roundtable discussion to end the 18-year-old insurgency. Pakistan did play a role in persuading both ends to reach and negotiate their differences for a long-term peace.

According to the militia, they did blame Pakistan Intelligence services. Especially, for a possible connection with the militia attacks that did lead to total loss and facilitating their plans. Mainly, because of audacious and planned assassinations. The ones that are aimed at ‘Most Wanted’ top criminals in Afghanistan. Both in the country and the ones in exile.

This comes in after the 2018 December attack. The one where the country did witness the suicidal bombing of the upmarket district. The one that did lead to the death of a Separatist leader in exile.

 

 

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