Punjab CM Amarinder Singh said – The situation in Afghanistan is not a good sign for India

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Punjab’s emphasis on extra vigilance on all borders of the country. He said on Sunday that the Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan is not a good sign for India. The senior Congress leader tweeted. It was written in it that the passing of Afghanistan into the hands of Taliban is not a good sign for our country. This will strengthen the China-Pakistan nexus against India (China has already sought the help of the militia regarding the Uighurs). The signs are not good at all, we need to be extra careful on our limits now.

Ghani left the country
India is evacuating hundreds of its officers and civilians from the Afghan capital, Kabul, amid the entry of the Taliban. Meanwhile, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani also left the country on Sunday. Ghani and his close aides left the country when the Taliban entered Kabul after capturing most of the country’s important cities and provincial capitals, Afghanistan’s Tulu News reported.

[Attribution to NBT]

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