Determined To Fight Taliban, 46 Afghan Cadets Pass Out From Indian Military Academy


The number of Afghan cadets passed out from Indian Military Academy is noticeably high this year. Out of 147 cadets, 46 trainees were from Afghanistan, which is the most significant numbers from the passed out junior trainee officers, reported The Times of India.

The reason why these afghan cadets are training with the Indian Military Academy is so that they can join the Afghan Army to fight against Taliban in Afghanistan. There have been a string of Taliban attacks in Afghanistan since 2001, killing many civilians and Afghan forces in the process.

To bring peace and harmony in their country, these afghan cadets are joining the defence forces. Read More

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