USA's longest war, fought in Afghanistan since 2001, has been a drain on resources as well as a difficult time for all involved. However, after months of negotiations in Qatar's capital Doha, there appears to be relief. 

According to Al Jazeera, US officials and Taliban representatives signed a historic peace deal that could lead to the US to gradually withdrawing its troops.

The agreement has 4 main points - 14 months for the withdrawal of all US and NATO troops; a Taliban guarantee that Afghan soil will not be used as a launchpad to threaten the security of the US; the launch of intra-Afghan negotiations by March 10; and a permanent ceasefire. The Taliban has now ordered all its fighters to halt fighting and 'refrain from attacks'.

Source: Al Jazeera

Diplomats from Afghanistan, the US, India, Pakistan and other UN member states were present during the signing. India also put out a statement saying, 

India's consistent policy is to support all opportunities that can bring peace, security and stability in Afghanistan; end violence; cut ties with international terrorism; and lead to a lasting political settlement through an Afghan led, Afghan owned and Afghan controlled process.
Source: Al Jazeera

MEA spokesperson Raveesh kumar also added that India will continue to support Afghanistan in its efforts for a democratic future.

Source: VOA News

India has been a key stakeholder in the rebuilding of war-torn Afghanistan. It also referred to Afghanistan as a contiguous neighbour, implying that PoK belongs to India.