Pakistan will increase after the exit of American soldiers from Afghanistan, know why it is like this?
The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is going to increase the trouble of Pakistan. The reason for this is not because of the Taliban making an edge in Pakistan, but because of the terrorist activities of Islamabad. In fact, the American scholar Michael Rubin has said that Washington will not need Islamabad in this area after the return of American soldiers home. In such a situation, the US Congress can nominate Pakistan as a sponsor of terror.
In his opinion written in 'National Interest', the scholar of 'American Enterprise Institute (AEI) said, Pakistanis often complain that the US befriends the weather. Such criticism is absolutely correct, because Islamabad has long been the second choice of America. He wrote, America supports Pakistan, but when Washington needs it, it also wants solidarity with Islamabad. But as soon as America does not need Pakistan, it will also punish it.
American soldiers will leave Afghanistan completely on the anniversary of 9/11
US President Joe Biden announced last month that the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan would begin on May 1. This withdrawal will end on September 11 this year, marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack. Because of this, the war in Afghanistan started. The withdrawal of American troops will end the longest war in American history.
Pakistan accused of harboring terror
White House deputy press secretary Carine Jean-Pierre said that the United States has begun withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. Pakistan has been accused of harboring terrorists in its country. This thing also proves to be true, because Hafiz Saeed, accused of Mumbai attacks, roams freely in Pakistan. Apart from this, there are dozens of terrorists who are accused of carrying out attacks in India. But they are leading a peaceful life in Pakistan. This is the reason why Pakistan has been kept in the gray list of FATF. Due to this the Pakistani economy has suffered a lot.