In some cases, the use of terrorism can be an aspect of guerrilla warfare. Terrorism is used to focus international attention on the guerrilla cause, kill opposition leaders, extort money from targets, intimidate the general population, create economic losses, and keep followers and potential defectors in line. As well, the use of terrorism can provoke the greater power to launch a disproportionate response, thus alienating a civilian population which might be sympathetic to the terrorist's cause. Such tactics may backfire and cause the civil population to withdraw its support, or to back countervailing forces against the guerrillas. 
In the above question you are just asked to establish facts and explain the implications. You don’t have to necessarily take both positions: . the need for India to fill the vacuum once USA evacuates from Afghanistan or for it to just stay away and focus on tightening its security apparatus at home. As it is clearly given in the question to support the directive that ‘… in light of the fact that India is faced with a plethora of challenges and needs to safeguard its own strategic interests’, you need to objectively establish facts here. If it was ‘Critically examine’, it was imperative for you to talk both about India’s involvement and non-involvement and their implications. But to this question you can safely answer that India’s non-involvement in the internal affairs of Afghanistan, or military adventurism, or getting entangled in regional geopolitics is good for its own security.
For decades, the older leadership theories (. traits , behavioral/styles , situational and functional ) did not explicitly support or address the philosophy of servant leadership. However, this changed with the emergence of integrated psychological leadership theory – as represented by James Scouller’s three levels of leadership model (2011). Scouller’s model – which attempts to integrate the older theories while addressing their limitations by focusing on the leader’s psychology – emphasizes the idea that leaders should care as much about their followers’ needs as their own and view leadership as an act of service.  Thus, the link between the philosophy of servant leadership and modern leadership theory has strengthened in the 21st century.