General Bipin Rawat bats for India’s role in peace talks with Taliban in Afghanistan, says you won’t know what’s happening otherwise


Army Chief General Bipin Thursday said India cannot be left out of the “bandwagon” when a number of major countries reaching out to Taliban, noting that the engagement was necessary to pursue New Delhi’s interests in the war-torn country.

He said India should not be out of the “high table” where key players are engaging with the Taliban to explore ways to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan.

“A number of countries are talking to the Taliban. The issue we should address is — do we have an interest in Afghanistan. If the answer is yes, then you cannot be out of the bandwagon,” he said during a press conference. Read More

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