Taliban forces March towards Kabul : The Afghan army has started falling in front of the Taliban. The Taliban are now just 11 kilometers away from the capital Kabul. The capital can be captured by him at any time. Taliban fighters have so far captured 17 of the country’s provincial capitals. Now all they have to do is capture Kabul. As the Taliban grew in this way, President Ashraf Ghani addressed people on national TV and said that he would not allow anyone to impose war on the Afghan people. He made no mention of quitting or resigning. Earlier, US President Joe Biden had said that Afghan leaders themselves will have to fight for their country.
Government forces getting battered in front of Taliban
US military troops are reaching there to take their diplomats and staff out of the country, many other countries are also worried about the employees present in their embassy and are trying to get them out of there safely. However, the Taliban has said that it will not attack diplomats and embassies. The Taliban captured the country’s second and third largest cities on Friday. Government forces were unable to counter the Taliban fighters, and it is now being speculated that the Taliban will capture Kabul at some point.
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One thousand people died, 2.5 lakh homeless
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 past 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. Meanwhile, Taliban spokesman Muhammad Suhail Shaheen has praised India’s development projects. Shaheen said the Taliban thinks the move is laudable. But if India wants a military presence in Afghanistan, it will not be good for them.