Taliban find Rs3 billion from check posts previously held by Afghan forces
PESHAWAR: The Taliban have found three billion Pakistani rupees from the check posts which have been snatched from Afghan security forces on the Pak-Afghan border.
The Afghan Taliban in a statement said that around Rs3 billion were recovered from the check posts of the Afghan forces in the Spin Boldak area of Kandahar city.
News analysts believe that the money recovered from the check posts was received by the Afghan forces as bribes from smugglers.
They are of the opinion that Afghanistan’s intelligence agency NDS used the same money to pay to terrorists to attack in Pakistan.
They also believe that the Afghan secret agencies were active as proxies of Indian and other anti-Pakistan elements.
On July 14, a rally in favor of the Afghan Taliban was organised in Quetta, during which participants also carried Taliban’s white flag of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
In Quetta, people on motorbikes and cars rallied in favor of the Afghan Taliban, which reached Zarghoon Road via various highways of the metropolis. The participants of the rally also chanted slogans of long live the Taliban.