Taliban Control: The Taliban have captured a large part of Afghanistan. This radical organization has remained more aggressive than the last few days. Its control on the border has also increased the concern of neighboring countries.
Taliban control in Afghanistan – symbolic picture
Taliban Claims to Control 90 Percent Border: The Taliban has gained control of 90 percent of Afghanistan’s borders. A Taliban spokesman gave this information on Thursday. Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesman from Russia’s official news agency RIA Novosti, has said, ‘Afghanistan’s border with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran, ie 90 percent of the border, is now under our control.’ This radical organization has intensified attacks in the country amid the withdrawal of foreign troops and is now targeting civilians as well.
Taliban fighters are increasing their control in Afghanistan, capturing major cities and border crossings. They have occupied half of the country, which includes about 400 districts (Taliban Control in Afghanistan). The Mujahid has told the RIA that the Taliban will not tolerate Islamic State (also known as ISIS) in Afghanistan. “We assure you that we will not allow ISIS to operate in areas under our control in the country,” he said.
Taliban will not tolerate foreign soldiers
The Taliban spokesman further said, ‘No militants have entered the country from Central Asia or China.’ Mujahid said that once all US and NATO troops are withdrawn, then it will not tolerate any foreign soldier (Taliban Afghanistan Attack). Including Turkey. Which is in talks with the US to operate the Kabul airport. “We have already rejected Turkey’s position and said that we will not allow foreign troops to remain in the country under any pretext after US troops leave Afghanistan,” the spokesman said.
Tajikistan conducted military inspection
Tajikistan, a former Soviet country bordering Afghanistan, conducted a massive military inspection on Thursday. This has happened for the first time in the 30-year history of this country. The Taliban has become more aggressive over the past few weeks. Today, houses of civilians were attacked in the Spin Boldak Area Taliban area of Pakistan. In which 100 people died. Earlier news came that the Taliban had tested a long-range ballistic missile. At the same time, about two days ago, rocket attacks were carried out near the Rashtrapati Niwas when the President was offering Eid prayers along with other senior officials.
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