- Jan 31, 2019
It all depends on how long the afgan govt can hold out against the taliban.Dekho bhai log... either one of this is going to happen in next 6 months:
1. which I mentioned few days ago... LOC back to 90s state... funny biradars on this forum really loved that prediction
2. Pakistan returning to 2001-16 timeline... & as per major gaurav arya(retd)... 6 months will be extremely thrilling/nail biting for observers of Geopolitical & security matters.
so be ready with popcorn... abhi to match shuru bhi nahi hua... bas warm up chal raha.
aap counting bhool jaaoge... itne bomb blast aur fidayeen attacks honge Pakistan ki musalla afwaaj par
Contrary to the popular belief here afgan govt won't fall that easily.
The remains of northern alliance are once again banding up to fight against the taliban so things might get sluggish again.
Another thing to note is that in a lot of district's the taliban moves in plants a flag takes some pictures and then leaves again due to insufficient manpower.
India is actively working behind the scenes to keep afgan govt in the game as long as possible if one is to combine the news popping out of the region.
The recent capture of Tajik Afghan border area by Taliban and the sudden appearance of long defunct groups under the northern alliance popping up near Tajikistan is no coincidence.
Communication channels that were dead for over a decade are now being reestablished and activated. Groups that were supposed to be long defunct are now coming back with weapons and ammunition to support the afgan govt with all they have. The entire northern sector has lit up and is buzzing with activity.
Remember the tweet about a Indian c-17 hovering around afghanistan with its flight trajectory towards Tajikistan being posted here a few days ago.
What do you think was that transporter doing around farkhor airbase.