Afghanistan crisis latest updates: Taliban militants entered the outskirts of the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday. And they said they await a peaceful transfer of the city. He also issued a statement, which said that he had no plans to take Kabul by force. Gunshots were also heard from the capital of the country.
Roads connecting Afghanistan with Pakistan were also captured
According to the Indian Express report, officials said on condition of anonymity that no fight has taken place so far. Taliban militants were in the districts of Kalakan, Karabagh and Paghman. On Sunday, the area under the control of the government of Afghanistan was further reduced. Earlier today, the city of Jalalabad in the east of the country came under their control without a fight. The Taliban have also taken possession of the roads connecting Afghanistan to Pakistan.
Afghanistan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs said that in view of the Taliban’s statement not to occupy Kabul, police special units have been deployed to protect various Kabul city districts from opportunists and allow police to open fire. .
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According to the United Nations, more than a thousand civilians have died in Afghanistan in the last one month. According to BBC News, the Taliban have also carried out several political assassinations, including the media chief, in the last few days. So far two and a half people have been forced to leave their homes. The US military is leaving the country after 20 years, due to which the dominance of the Taliban is increasing and it is feared that the human rights reforms that were done after the army’s arrival in 2001 will end.