Pakistan helps them: Afghan NSC official after Taliban kills Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui
After the Taliban assassinated Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, Ahmad Shuja Jamal, a key portfolio bearer in Afghanistan's National Security Council (NSC), accused Pakistan explicitly. After the Taliban killed Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, Ahmad Shuja Jamal, a prominent officer in Afghanistan's National Security Council (NSC), lashed out against Pakistan. Jamal accused Pakistan of providing "state assistance" to the Taliban and assisting them in carrying out terror attacks on Afghan soil. In an exclusive interview with India Today, Jamal, who is the head of international relations and regional cooperation (IRRC) at the Office of the National Security Council of Afghanistan, spoke about his work. "Without Pakistan's governmental assistance, the Taliban would not be as powerful. Pakistan assists foreign fighters from Lashkar, Jaish, and Haqqani in into the country. They plan how they might assist the Taliban "he stated. "The Afghan authorities are organising for the early repatriation of Danish Siddiqui's lifeless remains to India," Jamal added, referring to the death of Pulitzer-winning photojournalist Danish Siddiqui.