In J&K encounter two Army personnel killed among with JCO

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 The two succumbed to their injuries after an encounter with terrorists in Nar Khas forest area of Poonch district Two Army personnel, including a junior commissioned officer (JCO), were killed in an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, officials said on Friday, October 15, 2021. Also read: States warned of ‘aggressive’ infiltration by terrorists along Afghan border According to a defence spokesperson, the JCO and a jawan were critically injured during a counter-terrorist operation in the Nar Khas forest area in Mendhar sub-division on Thursday evening. Both of them succumbed to their injuries subsequently. The operation is ongoing, he added. ALSO READ - Mars rocks collected by Perseverance boost case for ancient life While the body of the jawan has been retrieved, that of the JCO is yet to be retrieved from the area, the spokesperson said. Efforts are on to retrieve the body, he said, adding that the area is mountainous and the forest is dense, which m

‘Will raise our voice for Muslims in Kashmir’: Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen

 

‘Will raise our voice for Muslims in Kashmir’: Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen

Shaheen's comments are totally in opposition to the position taken by Haqqani Network pioneer Anas Haqqani, an individual from the Taliban's 14-part arranging group, in a meeting broadcasted by the News18 channel on Wednesday 


A Taliban representative has said the gathering maintains all authority to stand up on the side of Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir, comments that oppose senior Taliban pioneer Anas Haqqani's dispute that the association would not meddle in Kashmir. 


Taliban representative Suhail Shaheen was cited by BBC Urdu, in a report distributed online on Thursday, as saying that the gathering doesn't have an approach of waging war against any country. In this specific situation, he alluded to the conditions of the arrangement endorsed by the Taliban and the US in February 2020. 

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Nonetheless, Shaheen said that the Taliban, as Muslims, reserve the option to speak loudly for Muslims in Kashmir, India, or some other country. "We will speak more loudly and say that Muslims are your own kin, your own residents. They are qualified for equivalent rights under your laws," he was cited as saying. 


Shaheen's comments are totally in opposition to the position taken by Haqqani Network pioneer Anas Haqqani, an individual from the Taliban's 14-part arranging group, in a meeting broadcasted by News18 channel on Wednesday. 


Haqqani had said in the meeting that Kashmir was not an issue for Afghanistan. "We have a reasonable approach that when something isn't an issue for our country, we can't meddle in another country," he had said, talking in Urdu. 

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He had likewise portrayed reports about the Haqqani Network supporting Pakistan-based gatherings, for example, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), which are dynamic in Kashmir, as "publicity". 


There was no quick reaction from Indian authorities to Shaheen's comments. 


As revealed by Hindustan Times, Haqqani has been occupied with an effort towards India, alongside senior Taliban pioneer Sher Mohammed Abbas Stanekzai, who is relied upon to be given a senior situation in the public authority to be framed by the Taliban. 


Haqqani had said in the meeting that the Taliban have an arrangement of not meddling in the interior issue of different nations. "Our longing is that we don't contrarily meddle in interior issues. Our entryways are available to the entire world for political relations and helpful guide, we need great relations with all nations," he said. 

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He battled that the Indian government had upheld the Taliban's adversaries in Afghanistan for a very long time. He added, "Yet we would prefer not to recall the past and we need great relations with all nations, including India." 


Individuals acquainted with improvements said on state of secrecy that the story being introduced by Taliban pioneers, for example, Shaheen and Anas Haqqani must be found with regards to the Taliban's long-standing binds with Pakistan, and the channels of correspondence among India and the Taliban. 


"There is a supporter in Pakistan that the Taliban need to fulfill," one individual referred to the above said. 

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On Tuesday, India's diplomat to Qatar, Deepak Mittal, had met Stanekzai, the top of the Taliban's political office, at the Indian government office in Doha following a solicitation from the Taliban side. 


In his meeting with BBC Urdu, Shaheen guaranteed the "publicity" against the Haqqani Network depended on "simple cases". He said, "The Haqqanis are not a gathering. They are essential for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan." 


Shaheen likewise raised the issue of 1999 capturing of Indian Airlines flight IC-814 from Kathmandu to Kandahar. 


The Taliban were then in power in Kabul and Indian authorities have since quite a while ago fought that the Taliban had helped the Pakistani psychological oppressors who commandeered the carrier to constrain India to deliver three fear mongers, including Masood Azhar, who proceeded to make JeM. 


Shaheen fought the Taliban didn't assume a part in the capturing and that the Indian government ought to be "appreciative" for the assistance the gathering gave in Kandahar. 


The Indian side told the Taliban there was a lack of fuel on the aircraft and the gathering gave help to the arrival of the travelers, he guaranteed.

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