United Nations: India has criticized the impotence of the Security Council against the threat of terrorism in Afghanistan, which leads the threats beyond its boundaries.
“On the emergence of new threats from IS / DAS (Islamic State), the Security Council can not decide whether the new Taliban leaders are to be nominated (as global terrorists) or the leader of the group killed. This issue was brought to its attention to stabilize, “said the Deputy Standing Representative of India Tanmayya Lal, during a debate on Afghanistan’s situation in Afghanistan on Thursday.
Afghanistan has asked the United Nations to ask Taliban leader Talha’s leader Mullah Habitullah Akhundajad to be included in the sanction list.
He succeeded Akhtar Mohammad Mansur, who was killed in a US drone attack in 2016. However, the Council has not acted against Akundajada or has not got the property of Mansur.
He said, “It is necessary to stop support from militant outfits such as the Taliban, Haqqani Network, Das, Al Qaeda and Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, their ally associates outside Afghanistan.”
Lal said, “There should be an end to all safe shelters and sanctuaries available for such groups outside the Afghan borders.” Security Council has an important responsibility in this regard in our collective interest.
They focused on the exploitation of opium to fund the terrorist organizations in Afghanistan to maintain the cycle of terrorism.
He said, “The international networks that control this illegal trade have to recognize and face.”
They suggested using UN sanctions to stop terrorist organizations from using money.