'Synergy among terror groups matter of concern'

He asserted that India has a role to play in bringing stability to the region.

“Probably, the biggest concern I have is the collaboration going on among the terrorists and terror groups. A few years ago they didn’t even talk to each other. They didn’t even like each other,” Mullen, chairman of the joint chief of staff, told the popular ‘Charlie Rose Show’ of the PBS. “I see that in that border area, I see it in the Pakistan. I see associations of the LeT, which is the group that fostered the attack on Mumbai in India from Pakistan. I see their association with the al-Qaeda. I see them operating out of the country, not just into India,” Mullen said.

These various Taliban groups are associating with the al-Qaeda in ways that just had not happened before, he said.

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