Islamic country is becoming a partner of India in Afghanistan

Pakistan will be shocked

Islamic country is becoming a partner of India in Afghanistan
Islamic country is becoming a partner of India in Afghanistan

Ever since the Taliban's rule over Afghanistan, there is talk of the weakening of India's role in this country, but after the summit held in Delhi on November 10, things have changed. In this summit, India had invited 8 countries including Russia, Iran and all agreed that the land of Afghanistan should not be used to spread terrorism against other countries. India's most natural ally on the issue of Afghanistan appears to be the Islamic country of Iran. The important reason for this is that Iran also does not have very good ties with Pakistan and would not want its role to be strong in Afghanistan

Apart from this, it is also necessary to deal with the threat of the Islamic State emanating from Afghanistan. Apart from India, this terrorist organization is the biggest concern of Iran. The reason for this is that the Islamic State Shia country, which beliefs in Sunni fundamentalist ideology, considers Iran as an enemy as much as India. Iran and Pakistan may appear close to being Islamic countries, but it is not so. Tension is often seen on the border between the two countries. In addition, there is often a geostrategic rivalry between Pakistan's ISI and Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps. 

On the one hand, Pakistan often uses organizations like Jaish-al-Adl and Jandullah against Iran, while Iran's hand has been told in promoting Baloch insurgents in Pakistan. Pakistan does not want Iran's role to be strengthened in Afghanistan. Similarly, Iran also wants to see the role of Pakistan as weak in this country. Iran is also cautious about the recent capture of Pakistan by the Taliban and then the visit of ISI Chief Faiz Hameed to Kabul on 5 September. Reports of ISI collusion with the Taliban, particularly against the insurgents in the Panjshir Valley, have generated anger in Iran. The reason for this is that a large number of people living in the Panjshir Valley are also of Iranian origin.