In a statement issued by the Pak Army, it has been said that 46 soldiers including 5 officers are from ANA and Border Police. These soldiers failed to maintain their military post on the Pakistan-Afghan border.
The Taliban are overwhelming the Afghan army. symbolic picture.
Taliban in Afghanistan Latest News: The situation in Afghanistan is getting worse day by day. The Taliban is increasingly overpowering the Afghan army and increasing its hold on the country. In the latest incident, the Taliban have snatched the border post from the Afghan army near the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Pakistan’s army claims that 46 Afghan soldiers have crossed the border and taken refuge in Pakistan to save their lives.
The Pakistan Army said that this incident happened on Sunday night in Arundu sector of Chitral district. The local commander of the Afghan National Army (ANA) requested the Pakistan Army for asylum. In a statement issued by the Pak Army, it has been said that 46 soldiers including 5 officers are from ANA and Border Police. These soldiers failed to maintain their military post on the Pakistan-Afghan border. For the formalities, the Pak Army has contacted the Afghan administration.
Care being taken under military rules
The Pakistan Army has said in the statement that after contacting the Afghan administration and completing the necessary procedures, 46 soldiers, including 5 officers, have been given shelter in Pakistan. These soldiers are being given food, accommodation and necessary medical facilities under military rules. These soldiers will be handed back to the Afghan government with full respect.
Afghan army on target of Taliban
Ever since the US military announced its withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Afghan army has been the target of the Taliban. Taliban fighters have driven out hundreds of Afghan soldiers so far and many have taken refuge in Pakistan, Iran and Tajikistan. On July 1, about 35 Afghan soldiers lost a military post and after that they had to request asylum in Pakistan. They were also given asylum. The Afghan army is under a lot of pressure because of the Taliban. In the month of July, more than a thousand soldiers have fled to Tajikistan.
43 people were put to death
The brutality of the Taliban has continued since the withdrawal of US forces in Afghanistan. On Sunday, Taliban fighters killed 43 civilians and members of security forces in the Malistan district of the central province of Ghazni. All of them were roasted with bullets. However, the Taliban denied these allegations.
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