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Pak's spy agency helping Taliban: Amrullah Saleh
The US and Afghanistan Govt have urged Pakistan to sever all links with Taliban but to no avail. ISI provides support to the Taliban leadership council in the Pakistani city of Quetta headed by the group's supreme leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar
AFGHANISTAN'S INTELLIGENCE chief, Amrullah Saleh, has accused Pakistan’s spy agency of helping Taliban militants carry out attacks in his country. Many Taliban militants in the Pak-Afghan border area in Pakistan have been carrying out the cross-border attacks to destabilise Afghanistan.

Afghanistan has accused Pakistan’s spy service of helping militants based in Pakistan’s lawless tribal areas. This has resulted in several major attacks in Kabul, including the bombing of the Indian Embassy last July, an assassination attempt on President Hamid Karzai in April and an assault on the luxury Serena Hotel in January 2008.
 
The US and Afghanistan Government have repeatedly called on Pakistan to sever all links with the Taliban but to no avail. Amrullah Saleh, told Afghanistan Parliament on Wednesday, that the spy agency provides support to the Taliban leadership council in the Pakistani city of Quetta headed by the group's supreme leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar.

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