Islamabad, ANI. The Imran government of Pakistan, kneeling before the terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), released more than 100 of its terrorists. The Express Tribune, quoting government officials, reported in its report that most of the TTP prisoners were undergoing the process of being returned to the mainstream of society in the detention camps set up by the government.
However, most of them had not even spent the mandatory six-month detention period. According to the Pakistani daily, the officials have claimed that the prisoners were released as a goodwill gesture. At present, no demand or condition of TTP has been accepted. Peace talks between the Government of Pakistan and the TTP have been going on since November 9. The TTP has announced a ceasefire after several rounds of talks between the two sides in Afghanistan.
However, the opposition is very angry with this initiative of the Imran government. On the other hand, Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, which is scattered on the economy, foreign policy and domestic front, is making a malicious attempt to destabilize Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, which separated from Pakistan in 1971, ISI has started strengthening the roots of Islamic terrorism.
Bangladesh Live News quoted Minister Hasan-ul-Inu as saying on the role of Lashkar-e-Taiba, “Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has been trying to destabilize Bangladesh since it got independence. These aspects cannot be ignored. Terrorism in Bangladesh and its aid from Pakistan became public in 2016 when Dhaka’s Holy Artisan Bakery was attacked. In this 20 people were killed, including five foreigners.
The attack was carried out by the local terrorist organization Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB). The investigation revealed that JMB had the support of Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba. ISI has been helping terrorist organizations like Lashkar. According to the Bangladesh Live News report, after the 2016 Dhaka attack, the government had received intelligence that JMB terrorists had reached Afghanistan via Pakistan, where they were given military training.
Lashkar has been given the responsibility of training JMB terrorists and promoting extremism in Bangladesh. JMB and Lashkar are also recruiting Rohingya Muslims living in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar and remote areas of Bandarban. In Bangladesh, the terrorist organization AMM was created by Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami-Arakan (HUJI-A), which has close ties with Lashkar and Pakistan Taliban.
The AMM is recruiting youth from Rohingya refugee camps to conduct terrorist attacks in Bangladesh and India by training them in terrorism. According to the report, for more than a decade, these three terrorist organizations have been sending new people to Pakistan for terrorist training. The Jamaat and Hifajat have already announced that they want to establish a Taliban state in Bangladesh.