Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Taliban Capture capital Kabul and Whole Afghanistan

Taliban Capture capital Kabul and Whole Afghanistan

On Sunday, Taliban terrorists entered the Afghanistan capital Kabul, an interior ministry official said, as the United States clear diplomats from its embassy by helicopter.

The senior official said the Taliban were coming in Kabul

"from all sides."

Afghan Presidential palace from tweeter account said the firing had been hearing at several points around Kabul. Still, that security forces, in coordination with international partners, had control of the city.

US. officials said the diplomats were ferrying from the embassy airport in the fortified Wazir Akbar Khan district. More American troops were sent to help to clear after the Taliban advances to Kabul in a week.

U.S. intelligence estimate said Kabul could not hold for more than three months against the Taliban and after that Taliban Capture capital Kabul.

U.S. team members were working from Kabul airport, while a NATO official said several European Union staff moved to a safer place. The location is undisclosed in the capital city.

A Taliban official told Reuters the group doesn't want any fatality as it demanded but has not declared peace.

There was no immediate statement on the situation from the President of Afghanistan, who said on Saturday he was in emergency consult with local leaders and international partners on the problem. Reports said he was going to step down and make way for a Taliban commander to take over.

The terrorists took over the eastern part of the city of Jalalabad without a challenge, giving them control over the main highways to blocked. They also capture nearby town Torkham border post with Pakistan, leaving Kabul airport the only exit from Afghanistan in government control.

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Taliban took over city Jalalabad following the Taliban's seizure of Mazar-i-Sharif on Saturday lately, with fewer fights.

An Afghan official said.

"There are no fight taking place currently in Jalalabad city because the governor has surrendered to Taliban," 

"Allowing the passage to Taliban was the only path to save lives civilian ."

After U.S.-led forces withdrew their remaining troops last month, the Taliban campaign accelerated as the Afghan military's defenses appeared to collapse and afterwards Taliban Capture capital Kabul.

President Joe Biden said on Saturday authorized the deployment of 5,000 U.S. troops to help clear citizens and ensure an "orderly and safe" drawdown of military personnel. A U.S. defense official said that included 1,000 newly approved troops from the 82nd Airborne Division.

Post provincial officials said that Taliban fighters entered Mazar-i-Sharif virtually unopposed as security forces escaped up the highway to Uzbekistan, about 80 km (50 miles) to the north.

Two influential militia leaders supporting the government - Atta Mohammad Noor and Abdul Rashid Dostum - also fled. Noor said on social media that the Taliban had given control of Balkh province, where Mazar-i-Sharif is located, due to a "conspiracy."

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