Pakistan's Frankenstein is the Taliban's takeover of power in Afghanistan.

The Taliban has since reformed, causing Islamabad to accept some demands on cross-border movement . The Taliban has placed restrictions on women and girls, prohibiting the bulk of them from performing .

Kabul (Afghanistan), May 14: The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in May, bringing a sense of satisfaction to Pakistan's critical arm-intelligence relationship, but it has also harmed the latter's relationship with the West, turning it into a ghostly story, according to a study by the International Crisis Group.The Taliban has since reformed, causing Islamabad to accept some demands on cross-border movement and pressuring it to reach an agreement with the What we see today in Afghanistan is a disaster of terrifying magnitude.In a survey issued by the International Crisis Group, 2022, Deborah Lyons, the Secretary-Generals Special Representative (SRSG) for Afghanistan, said the current crisis has posed significant challenges to Pakistan, including the possibility of further harming the latter's relations with the West.It is no wonder that Sirajuddin Haqqani, the network's chairman, has made his way into the Taliban's cabinet as interior minister.The Jakarta Post reported that the article was released.

Since the US-backed democratically elected government collapsed, the Taliban assumed control of Afghanistan in August.Since then, the Taliban has placed restrictions on women and girls, prohibiting the bulk of them from performing.