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'ISI part of landscape of destruction in Afghanistan'

By The Assam Tribune

London, June 13 (PTI): Pakistan's ISI is part of the "landscape of destruction" in Afghanistan and it will be a "waste of time" to provide evidence of its links with the Taliban, according to Amrullah Saleh, former head of the war-torn country's intelligence agency.

Saleh, who resigned last week from his post, told The Sunday Times that "the ISI is part of the landscape of destruction in this country (Afghanistan), no doubt, so it will be a waste of time to provide evidence of ISI involvement. They are a part of it".

The paper said testimony by western and Afghan security officials, Taliban commanders, ex-Taliban ministers and a senior Taliban emissary show the extent to which the ISI "manipulates" the Taliban's strategy in Afghanistan.

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London, June 13 (PTI): Pakistan's ISI is part of the "landscape of destruction" in Afghanistan and it will be a "waste of time" to provide evidence of its links with the Taliban, according to Amrullah Saleh, former head of the war-torn country's intelligence agency.

Saleh, who resigned last week from his post, told The Sunday Times that "the ISI is part of the landscape of destruction in this country (Afghanistan), no doubt, so it will be a waste of time to provide evidence of ISI involvement. They are a part of it".

The paper said testimony by western and Afghan security officials, Taliban commanders, ex-Taliban ministers and a senior Taliban emissary show the extent to which the ISI "manipulates" the Taliban's strategy in Afghanistan.