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Ground Report | New Delhi: Taliban threat to India; A video is going viral on social media, in which a man is seen threatening India. The viral video is being claimed that the Taliban threatened to India after capturing Afghanistan. However, Ground Report fact check, found that the video which is viral on social media is 2 years old, and this video has nothing to do with the recent situation in Afghanistan.

Taliban threat to India

Viral Video on Facebook.

A 2-year-old video is going viral citing Taliban threat to India
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Reverse-searching the key-frames of the viral video on Google, shows that the Video was uploaded in 2019 on a Facebook page named PAKISTAN TIMES OFFICIAL.

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We did not find any such media report of 2019, which confirms who the person seen in this video is. We also did not find any recent media report, in which it has been told that after the capture of Afghanistan, the Taliban have threatened India.

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However, Sohail Shaheen, a spokesman for the Afghan Taliban, today said the US president’s August 31 deadline was a “red line” that needed to be met. The statement came as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson convened an emergency meeting of world leaders on Tuesday to ask President Biden to send troops to Afghanistan until the withdrawal is complete.

President Biden has already said that the option of extending the deadline has been considered, but “hopefully we won’t have to do that. The Taliban’s “warning” to the US may be linked to previous reports that claimed the extremists would not announce a new “government” according to an “agreement” with the Biden administration until August 31.

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Insurgents captured Kabul last Sunday amid a continued withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, thus capturing power for the second time. Before that, he ruled from 1996-2001, but then lost to US-led troops who arrived here after the 9/11 attacks. Since then, Americans have been in Afghanistan for nearly two decades.

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