Terrorists from Afghanistan and Pakistan learning Russian, English, Tajik languages

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Terrorists from Afghanistan and Pakistan are learning Russian, English and Tajik languages, reports dispatch News Desk.

Monitoring Desk: Terrorists from Afghanistan and Pakistan are learning Russian, English and Tajik languages, reports Dispatch News Desk.

According to news agency, Indian intelligence network is teaching militants of Tehhrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) different languages including English, Russian, Farsi and Tajaki in Kunar province of Afghanistan, claim intelligence sources from Dushanbe.

“These are young handsome militants wearing western cloths who have been found in different camps in Kunar valley getting training by Indians and we believe that this different type of new breed of terrorists will be spread all over the region possibly with forged Tajik and Pakistani passports”, claimed sources.

It may be mentioned that Pakistan has been claiming since long that Indian intelligence agency RAW is training TTP militants to destabilize not only Pakistan rather the whole region but Afghan government has denied such charges and claimed that there is no presence of RAW or TTP on Afghan soil.

TTP killed 132 children belonging to families of Pakistani army officials in Army Public School at Peshawar, the provincial capital of northwest frontier province that is now called as Khyber Pakhtun Khawa on December 16. Pakistani chief of Army went to Kabul next day and provided evidences to Afghan President Ghani about alleged involvement of Indian intelligence agency and TTP leaders living in Kunar valley. However, Afghan government did not take any string action and indirectly denied such charges.

Sources claimed that trained terrorists can speak Tajiki, Farsi, English and Russia with fluency and they are all in their early teens (aged from 16 to 20).