India on Thursday said ties between UNSC-banned groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed pose a direct threat to the region and called for integrated international action to ensure that Afghanistan is a safe haven for terrorist groups. Do not become and banned organizations should not get any kind of support. Indirect reference to the terrorist sanctuary located in the region, Pakistan. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti told the UN Security Council meeting on UNAMA that ISIL-K’s presence in Afghanistan and their capability to carry out attacks has increased significantly. Islamic State Khorasan, an affiliate of the Islamic State terrorist group whose base is reportedly based in Afghanistan, continues to threaten terrorist attacks on other countries.
He cited recent findings from the 1988 Sanctions Committee’s Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team report, which indicated that existing authorities in Afghanistan needed to take more robust action to meet their counter-terrorism commitments. The report further said that the Taliban is yet to differentiate itself with other terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda that remain active. “The links between UNSC-listed groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, as well as provocative statements made by other terrorist groups operating out of Afghanistan, pose a direct threat to the region,” he said. Told.
He said, “There are, therefore, serious concerns that require immediate attention and integrated action to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a haven for other terrorist organizations including ISIS-K, Al-Qaeda, JeM and Lashkar.” ” “We need to see concrete progress in ensuring that such banned terrorists, entities, or their aliases do not receive any support, tacit or direct, from Afghan soil or from terror sanctuaries located in the region,” Tirumurti said, in an indirect reference to Giving it to Pakistan. He said India is closely watching the security situation in Afghanistan and is actively engaging with the international community to ensure consensus on issues of security, peace and stability. “We strongly condemn the terrorist attack on Gurdwara Dashmesh Pita Sahibji in Kabul on June 18. Terrorist attack on places of worship of minority communities and targeting of innocent civilian population is a matter of grave concern.” ,
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