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Home Top News Taliban claim they arrested 200 TTP anti-Pakistan militants

Taliban claim they arrested 200 TTP anti-Pakistan militants

Taliban shared this information with a high-level Pakistani delegation during bilateral talks in Kabul last week

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The Afghan Taliban have captured 200 suspected Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan militants and taken other steps to neutralize the group’s terrorist activities, Pakistani officials say.

The Taliban shared this information with a high-level Pakistani delegation during bilateral talks in Kabul last week.

The talks came two weeks after a deadly TTP attack on two Pakistani security posts in the northern border district of Chitral. The September 6 raid killed four soldiers and 12 assailants.

Pakistani officials say the Afghan Taliban have arrested 200 TTP militants returning from the Chitral attack. They are now behind bars.

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The Taliban are also in the process of relocating other TTP members away from the border with Pakistan.

Taliban Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid reiterated that his government does not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against Pakistan. He said this is central to Afghanistan’s national interest in promoting peace and reconciliation.

Mujahid added that the Taliban can only help Pakistan with its internal security issues according to its capacity.

Pakistan’s Special Envoy on Afghanistan Asif Durrani led the delegation to Kabul. Senior military officials also accompanied him.

Officials in Islamabad at the time described their “extensive” discussions with Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi and his team as “promising”.

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