Senior US military commanders in Afghanistan has warned that Pakistan's intelligence strongly works to make Afghans fail to have a government.
Some people from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) infiltrate into Afghanistan and take back Afghan youths to train them against foreign forces and the Afghan government, US military commanders said.
Officials said insurgent attacks in southern Ghazni province were organised in Quetta city of Pakistan. Foreign insurgents provide the Taliban with war trainings in the same city in Pakistan.
More than 2,600 Polish soldiers are stationed in restive Ghazni province.
Following a dramatic rise in violence in the province, a huge number of American service members were also poised to the region to control the area.
"We also have seen some indications that there have been foreign trainers that have come to train the local Taliban who are fighting here in Ander," Fivecoat, a US military commander, told TOLOnews in Ghazni province.
Security has been better in Ghazni in the past several months, but the Taliban and foreign insurgents including Arabs, Chechens and Pakistanis were active, said officials on the ground.
"The ISI, some people from Pakistan to tell the civilians don't go to Shura with the Americans, don't talk with us, don't have local police programme, don't work with them, and it's because they want to destroy our plans for security in this area," said Paul Meacham, a US military commander, in Ghazni.
"They want to destroy the plans for the government to become stronger. They don't want these people to have government," SFC Meacham further said.
Ander district in Ghazni province has been the scene of harsh Taliban attacks in the past several months and the US forces have built a security base in the district to increase government control over the area.
Some foreign military officials in southern Afghanistan said there has been some progress in the fight against insurgency, but still the Taliban have been active at night.
Residents in Ander district also helped government and foreign forces in targeting militants in the province.
Taliban move in some districts in Ghazni province usually at night time and they have regularly intimidated people not to cooperate with foreign forces.
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