The Taliban said on Monday that they have “totally caught” Panjshir, the last fortification in Afghanistan against the hardline Islamist bunch, following quite a while of battling with the obstruction powers in the valley close to Kabul. After the Taliban asserted they have taken over Panjshir, the counter Taliban opposition power pledged to continue battling.
The Associated Press detailed refering to witnesses that large number of Taliban contenders overran eight areas of Panjshir short-term. On Sunday, the Taliban tweeted that their powers had invaded Rokha region, one of the biggest of eight locale in Panjshir. “With this triumph, our nation is totally removed from the entanglement of war,” Taliban boss representative Zabihullah Mujahid said in an articulation, revealed AFP.
The Associated Press detailed refering to witnesses that large number of Taliban contenders overran eight locale of Panjshir short-term. On Sunday, the Taliban tweeted that their powers had overwhelmed Rokha area, one of the biggest of eight locale in Panjshir.
Mujahid guaranteed the inhabitants of Panjshir that they would be protected. “We give full certainty to the good individuals of Panjshir that they won’t be exposed to any segregation, that all are our siblings, and that we will serve a nation and a shared objective,” Mujahid said in his assertion.
The National Resistance Front said it was available in “essential situations” across the valley and that “the battle against the Taliban and their accomplices will proceed”. “Taliban’s case of possessing Panjshir is bogus. The NRF powers are available in all essential situations across the valley to proceed with the battle. We guarantee the ppl of Afghanistan that the battle against the Taliban and their accomplices will proceed until equity and opportunity wins,” it said in one of its Twitter accounts.
Opposition powers in Panjshir
The National Resistance Front in the Panjshir Valley was being driven by the previous VP, Amrullah Saleh, and furthermore Ahmad Massoud, the child of the counter Taliban warrior Ahmad Shah Massoud who was killed only days before the 9/11 fear based oppressor assaults in the United States. The Panjshir Valley in the Hindu Kush mountains held off the Soviet powers during the 1980s and furthermore the Taliban 10 years after the fact under the authority of Ahmad Massoud.
The conflict over Panjshir territory raised on Friday night and the National Resistance Front said two of its senior chiefs – Fahim Dashti, the front’s representative, and General Abdul Wudod Zara- – were killed during the battling with the Taliban. General Wudod was the nephew of Panjshir obstruction pioneer Ahmad Massoud. Reports additionally asserted that Amrullah Saleh, the acting leader of Afghanistan, has moved to a protected spot after a helicopter assault on his home.
“Remorsefully, The National Resistance of Afghanistan lost two mates in the sacred opposition against mistreatment and hostility today. Mr Fahim Dashty, NRF representative, and General Abdul Wudod Zara were martyred. May their memory be interminable,” the Afghan obstruction front was cited as saying by the Samaa News.
On Sunday, Ahmad Massoud said they are prepared to stop battling and start dealings if the Taliban leave the territory.