New Delhi: Making a veiled attack on Pakistan, India at the United Nations (UN) said that the country has provided safe havens to various terror outfits like the Taliban and the LeT for carrying out their “dark agendas” in Afghanistan. In a veiled reference, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin said that the terror groups, aided by Pakistan, continue to pursue military operations, perpetrating violence in several parts of Afghanistan.
“Taliban, aided by their supporters, continue to pursue military ops, perpetrating violence over several parts of Afghanistan. These offences are planned and launched by those harboured in safe havens in neigbourhood of Afghanistan,” Syed Akbaruddin said. Without naming Pakistan, Akbaruddin said that these safe havens for years have provided safety to the “dark agendas” of the terror groups.
He said, “These sanctuaries have, for years, provided safety for dark agendas of ideologically and operationally fused terror networks like Taliban, Haqqani network, Daesh, Al Qaeda and its prescribed affiliates Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed.”