March 2, 2020, The Liberacy:- US-Taliban agreed to the much-awaited and very much postponed “Peace Deal”. The deal signed in Doha, Qatar, is seen as US President Donald Trump’s re-election agenda, as he won the 2016 elections on the sidelines of bringing the US troops back home from the long wars, and Afghanistan is an 18-year-old war, started after the 9/11 attacks.
The US-Taliban peace agreement was signed in Doha, Qatar between the United States of America and the terrorist organization Taliban. The peace deal is to bring stability in the region of Afghanistan without spending a single US troop to the nation. Though, the Afghanistan government is not included in the peace deal.
The US entered Afghanistan in 2002 after the 9/11 attacks, and so far, it has claimed the lives of more than 2300 US troops and a cost of about $2 Trillion.
US established DEMOCRACY in Afghanistan.
Taliban ruled the nation at that point in time and gave safe shelters to many terrorist organizations friendly to Pakistan. These safe shelters also saved Osama Bin Laden for years, only to find him in Pakistan.
India, turning at the pages of the past, has looked at this as the “Disturbance of Democracy” as the Taliban has a history of not believing in Democracy and that has cost India a previous increase in terrorist attacks.
Plane hijacking of IC814 in 1999 was one of those, where the terrorists from Pakistan hijacked the Indian plane, only to have their terror leader Masood Azhar (who was saved by China several times from being named as a ‘Global Terrorist’ using their Veto) set free in exchange of the hijacked plane and the passengers. The Hijacked plane was landed safely to Kandhar, Afghanistan, as it was ruled by the Taliban government at that time.
This worries India, as the Pakistan sponsored state terrorism might boom flourish in the reason with the Taliban on their side.
Taliban was itself created by Pakistan’s ISI after the soviets left in 1992. From there on Pakistan has used Afghanistan as their Buffer Zone to sponsor terrorism in India and to their neighbors.