ISLAMABAD – Two apart weekend Taliban
attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan have deepened concerns over Islamist
militants creation deeper inroads in a region, as a U.S.-led Western forces
prepare to repel from Afghanistan by a finish of 2014, according to comparison Western
In a latest dispute on Sunday, a bomb
planted by a Taliban ripped by a lorry carrying paramilitary soldiers
from a Pakistan army devalue in a assault stricken north-western
Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) range adjacent Afghanistan. At slightest 20 soldiers
were killed and another 30 were injured.
That dispute in a Pakistani city of
Bannu targeted infantry who were about to transport to a north Waziristan region
along a Afghan limit – a domain that has been targeted in several U.S.
attacks opposite suspected Taliban sanctuaries, regulating pilot-less drones.
Sunday’s dispute followed Friday’s
Taliban attack on a renouned grill in Kabul, a collateral of Afghanistan,
which killed 21 people. The casualties included 3 Americans who were among
13 unfamiliar nationals who were killed.
The dual attacks have come as security
conditions in tools of Afghanistan seem to be deteriorating, some-more than a
decade after a U.S.-led advance forced out a Taliban from statute that
country. Many analysts advise a U.S. might be withdrawal Afghanistan too vulnerable,
as it stays underneath a hazard of a Taliban creation substantial new advances.
“Today, we am fearful conditions on the
ground are worsening each day” pronounced one comparison diplomat in Islamabad who spoke
to CBS News on condition that he will not be named. He said, for a U.S., the
biggest rising risk was to safeguard a “fairly nurse drawdown” of a bulk of
its infantry from Afghanistan “without too most bloodshed.” His comment echoed
concerns from other western officials who in new interviews, who have told
CBS News that a Taliban might be positioning to take control of tools of
Afghanistan as a U.S. prepares to leave.
A comparison Pakistani confidence central who
spoke to CBS News also on condition of anonymity said; “The dual attacks,
especially a one in Kabul advise that a Taliban are apropos bolder and
their integrity to quarrel behind is growing.”
Following Sunday’s attack, Pakistani
officials warned that their country’s ability to negotiate with a Taliban
appeared to be timorous fast as a turn of carnage increases. Nawaz
Sharif, Pakistan’s primary apportion who was inaugurated in parliamentary elections in
May 2013, has regularly sought to start uninformed assent talks with a Taliban in
order to finish a conflict, though a militants have shown small seductiveness to join
“If a series of attacks and a number
of casualties keep on growing, afterwards we consider there is small indicate for the
government to continue seeking assent talks,” resolved a Pakistani security
official cited earlier.