This is a false flag flame post. The article is OK and well meaning but the title and subsequent posts/comments have given it a twist which were not intended by the author nor are do they make sense.
Where are the lessons for India?
1. "Rahim Mohammadi Yekta, the chief Iranian consul in Heart, told a press conference on Sunday that Iran opposes any form of foreign interference in Afghanistan."
Where is Indian interference in Afghanistan? India has a presence in Afghanistan yes. So do many other countries like Russia, China and Iran. Does that amount to interference? Not by any stretch of imagination.
On the contrary, Pakistan has been actively interfering in Afghanistan in order to try and shape things more to its liking. If the article has a lesson for any country, it is Pakistan.
2. "These people with their 200,000 troops have failed to establish security," Mohammadi Yekta said. "How can they be expected to do so with a few military bases
Every one knows that US military bases in Afghanistan are not meant for Afghanistan alone. They are to enable the US the capability to intervene anywhere in the CAR including Pakistan if the need arises.
3. "Iran & Pakistan shares common interest in Afghanistan."
Bollocks. There is only one thing common that Pakistan and Iran have, and that is that both wish to see the back of the USA in Afghanistan. Both of them want the US to leave so that they can drastically increase their own interference in Afghanistan. The US has been playing spoilsport, so they want it out. The commonalities end there. A Wahabi Taliban government in Pakistan formed by Mullah Omar and his cronies can not be further from Iranian interests. This is just what Pakistan wants. The interests of Iran and Pakistan in Afghanistan could not be more divergent. Pakistan with the backing of Saudi Arabia, want to enhance and spread the influence of Wahabi/Salafi Sunnism, whereas, Iran wants to limit this very influence.