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Afghanistan Vice President Amrullah Saleh Taunts Pakistan With 1971 War Surrender Photo

Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh has taunted Pakistan, which is supporting the Taliban, after which Pakistanis will not sleep for several days. Saleh has shared a picture of the surrender in front of the Indian Army of the Pakistani Army. While sharing this picture, he has written that there is never such a picture in our history and never will be. Let us tell you that Pakistan is trying its best that it is supporting the Taliban for Afghanistan to reach the same situation as before.

Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh tweeted the picture, writing, ‘There has never been such a picture in our history and never will be. Yes, I was shaken for a moment yesterday when the rocket passing over us fell a few meters away. Dear Twitter attackers of Pakistan, the Taliban and terrorism will not heal the wounds you may have received from this picture. Find some other way”.


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The picture that Saleh has shared is of Pakistan’s defeat at the hands of India in the 1971 war. After being badly beaten by India, Pakistan accepted its defeat. At that time more than 80 thousand soldiers of Pakistan had surrendered to India. After which the Army Chief of Pakistan signed the surrender papers in front of the Indian Army Chief. The Afghan Vice President has taunted by sharing this picture related to the defeat of Pakistan. It is obvious that this attempt to beat old wounds must have chilled Pakistan and its irritation is not going to end soon.

The Taliban has become uncontrollable after the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. It has claimed possession of most parts of the country. Pakistan is also engaged in strengthening the hands of the Taliban, so that it can set foot in Afghanistan. Recently, the Taliban tried to target the presidential residence in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and fired three rockets. Afghans feel that Pakistan is behind this attack too.