The Indian connection of the Islamic State Khorasan province, which carried out the suicide attack on the Kabul airport, has come to the fore. According to media reports, 14 people from Kerala are associated with this group. In such a situation, India is worried that by involving these people in terrorist activities, terrorist groups can tarnish the name of India.
According to the news, the Taliban had freed their jailed fighters after capturing the Afghan provinces. Among them are 14 people from Kerala released from Bagram Jail, who have joined the Islamic State of Khorasan province.
It is believed that one of these 14 people had contact from his home in Kerala, while everyone else is with this group in Kabul.
When the Islamic State of Syria and the Levant captured Mosul in 2014, many locals joined the group, fleeing Kerala's Mallapuram, Kasaragod and Kannur districts. Many of these came to Nangarhar in Afghanistan and joined ISKP.
According to reports, on August 26, the Taliban apprehended two Pakistani terrorists belonging to Khorasan in Kabul from outside the Embassy of Turkmenistan. No statement has been issued by the Taliban regarding this matter, but according to intelligence, IED has been recovered from these Pakistanis who were caught shortly after the Kabul airport blast.
According to information received from Afghanistan, Kabul is controlled by the Haqqani network. Through Jalalabad-Kabul, Jadran Pashtuns have influence in Nangarhar, Afghanistan. The Pakistani border starts from here. ISIS-K or ISKP is active in Nangarhar province. This organization has worked with Haqqani Network.
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