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About 100 members of a terror firm called Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) who were banned, have been released by the Taliban from Afghanistan prisons. They have now rejoined the outfit and this may be threatening to India, particularly Jammu and Kashmir.
According to reports, many JeM crops were killed by Indian security forces this year so far which could be one of the main reasons for revenge. "Two key Pakistani commanders of the outfit, Mohammed Ismail and Abdul Rashid Ghazi, were killed in an encounter in the Hungalmarg forest of the Tral area in Pulwama on July 31. They were the masterminds behind the Pulwama terror attack on February 14, 2019, and wanted by the National Investigation Agency ", said a security Agency official.
Reportedly, at least 87 militants have been killed in Kashmir since January this year. They include top commanders of groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen.
In the Taliban coming to power, one thing is for sure, that it will embolden the Pakistan army and will encourage them to attack India which is going to rise conflicts in Jammu and Kashmir and may result in Indo-Afghan disturbances.