US President Donald Trump is urging countries of South Asia to take responsibility by hastily negotiating Afghanistan. But according to experts, Trump wants to finalize the Taliban agreement without any preparation for his political gains and in this India should proceed with great caution and caution.
Trump said in the US the day before that the US is fighting alone despite being thousands of miles away from Afghanistan . About India, he said that he is present but not fighting. Pakistan is also fighting in a very limited range. Trump said that apart from India, Pakistan, countries like Russia and Iraq will also have to fight in Afghanistan. In fact, Trump wants to bring back more than 15,000 US troops from Afghanistan ahead of next year's general election, for which negotiations with the Taliban are underway.
India be very cautious!
According to experts, Trump may make a statement for his own interest, but the US had never made a formal request to link India with the military operation there. At the same time, India has contributed greatly to the development of Afghanistan in recent years. Parliament building has helped a lot at the resource level.
On Trump's statement, former Ambassador and Diplomat Prof. RP Kaushik told NBT that America wants the army to withdraw from Afghanistan and after that India should handle the situation. His political agenda is hidden in this. According to Professor Kaushik, the case of Afghanistan is not so easy to trust Trump's point. He said that there is also ISIS and the big issue is related to fundamentalism. Only the US Army can control the situation there. He said that India should not fall into it at all. He also said that India should be cautiously calm.
Last round of talks have begun amidst speculation that the final round of talks between American and Taliban has started in Doha. However, the speed with which things have changed and the phase of violence has started in the last few days, there is little hope that the talks will work. The Taliban want the US to withdraw its forces from Afghanistan by the end of this year in a maximum of three phases.