The Taliban said on Sunday that “hundreds” of its contenders were making a beeline for the Panjshir Valley, one of a handful of the pieces of Afghanistan not yet constrained by the gathering.
Since the Taliban overran Afghanistan, flashes of opposition have started to arise with some ex-government troops gathering in the Panjshir, north of Kabul, since a long time ago known as an enemy of Taliban stronghold.
“Many Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate are going towards the territory of Panjshir to control it after nearby state authorities wouldn’t hand it over calmly,” the gathering composed on its Arabic Twitter account.
Since the Taliban assumed responsibility for the nation following a lightning dash into the capital Kabul, a large number of individuals have advanced toward Panjshir as indicated by a representative for against Taliban powers.
In Panjshir, Ahmad Massoud, the child of unbelievable mujahideen leader Ahmad Shah Massoud who was killed by Al Qaeda two days before the 11 September, 2001 assaults, has tried to gather a power of around 9,000 individuals to counter the aggressors, the representative, Ali Maisam Nazary, told AFP.
Nazary said the gathering needs to push for another arrangement of government however is ready to battle if necessary.
“Government powers came to Panjshir from a few Afghan territories,” Massoud disclosed to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Arabiya telecaster Sunday.
“The Taliban won’t keep going long on the off chance that it forges ahead this way. We are prepared to safeguard Afghanistan and we caution of a carnage.”