Anas Haqqani, the Taliban leader and scion of Afghanistan’s feared Haqqani Network has involved an amicable relationship with India and pledged to not interfere within the Kashmir issue.
In an exclusive interview to CNN News18, Haqqani, 28, rejected accusations of terrorism against the guerrilla group controlled by his family and promised to supply complete security to all or any Afghan Sikhs and Hindus.
The outreach by Haqqani is that the latest conciliatory signal from the Taliban leaders since the insurgent group took over Afghanistan. the new masters of Afghanistan, appearing keen to create friendly ties with India, which has poured money into rebuilding Afghan infrastructure.
We want an honest relationship with India. We don’t want anyone to think wrong and against us. India has helped our enemy for twenty years but we are able to forget everything. and need to require the connection forward.