Daesh Chief Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi relocated to Afghanistan along Pakistan borders: Foreign Intelligence Report

Daesh Chief Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi relocated to Afghanistan along Pakistan borders: Foreign Intelligence Report

*ISLAMABAD - Iranian intelligence report has surfaced which shares that Daesh Commander Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi has been shifted from Syria to border region of Afghanistan along Pakistan. *

Iran has warned Pakistan regarding the Daesh and its Commander presence in the area.

It has asked Pakistan to be careful as the Islamic State is being relocated in border region shared between Pakistan and Afgahnistan.

Senior Iranian official informed Pakidtan that Iran have credible intelligence reports that the US has relocated Da’esh and its heads Abu Bakar Baghdadi to Afghanistan.

The official also informed that the US and Israel intend to turn Pakistan and Iran into another Syria, Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan.

A delegation led by Ashtar Ausaf Ali visited Iran on the invitation of Iranian AG Muhammad Jaffer Monatazeri two weeks ago to discuss various issues, especially related to the judiciary of both countries.

The AGP was accompanied with Additional Attorney General Syed Nayyar Rizvi and Deputy Attorney General Syed Nayyab Gardezi. The visit remained successful in various ways.

Both sides agreed to establish a working group for sharing information, exchange of prisoners, exchange of focal points from National Commission on Human Rights, etc.

Foreign policy experts are giving much importance to Iranian message regarding Da’esh’s presence in Afghanistan and the support provided to it by the US.

The Foreign Office is also repeatedly questioning the increase of Da’esh’s presence in Afghanistan. Russia, Tajikistan, etc., have already shown concerns over alleged US’ backing to Da’esh.

Recently, Tajikistan’s ambassador in Pakistan, while addressing a news conference on May 16, expressed concern over the increase in the influence of Da’esh in Afghanistan, adding that its presence is big threat for the peace of whole region.

The other significant outcome of the visit was that the delegation has been informed that the Iranian Supreme leader has directed the Iranian judiciary to help the oppressed people of Kashmir against injustice meted out to them.

It is learnt that AGP Ashtar Ausaf also appreciated the stance taken by the Supreme leader on Kashmir.

Similarly, sources reveal that Iran also requested the extradition of individuals, who had committed crimes in Iran and escaped in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Iranian AG, while meeting with the delegation, mentioned that four Iranian border guards were killed when terrorists attacked them at the Pakistan-Iran border.

He also told the delegation that Iran wants cooperation in intelligence sharing and tackling drugs trafficking from Pakistan.

The official sources reveal that the Iranian AG also expressed hope that the cooperation on terrorism would help Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan to counter Da’esh in the region.

He also proposed the formulation of Working Group compromising people who are experts in the field of law, intelligence and security to resolve issues pertaining to judiciary as both countries are lacking cooperation on fighting terrorism and narcotics.