After capturing Kabul, the Taliban are now moving towards the Panjshir Valley, but meantime, they have suffered a setback. According to the information, the insurgents of Panjshir, who were ambushed, attacked, and killed 300 Taliban terrorists. At the same time, the news is also coming quoting Tolo News that local insurgent forces have also taken back three districts from Taliban control. However, the terrorist organization has called it false news. In contrast, the Taliban claimed that it had captured two districts of Panjshir.
According to the information, the Taliban had sent hundreds of fighters under the leadership of Fasihud Din Hafizullah to attack Panjshir, but their plan was foiled. It is being told that as soon as the Taliban fighters reached the Andrab Valley, they were attacked by the insurgents of Panjshir who were ambushed there. 300 Taliban fighters are reported to have died in this attack.
Asadullah, former Banu police chief, said that with the support of the Mujahideen, we have freed three districts from Taliban. We are now moving towards the Khinzan district. Will soon wipe out the Taliban from Baglan province. Ghani Andarabi, the former police commander in charge of the highway in Baglan, said that with the help of Allah, we have inflicted massive casualties on many Taliban fighters. Currently, the Banu district is under the control of public insurgent forces.
Ahmed Masood has made it clear that we are not the ones to surrender but are ready for battle. He says that more than ten thousand of our fighters are ready to take on the Taliban. It would be better if the Taliban did not collide with us. Masood has said that he will follow in his father's footsteps and will never surrender to the Taliban.
At the same time, another piece of information is coming that a week after the capture of Panjshir in Afghanistan, the Taliban can also announce the formation of the government. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid told Tolo News that talks are on with Afghan leaders to form a new government. It will be announced soon.
At the same time, Amarullah Saleh, who has declared himself as caretaker president, tweeted that Taliban fighters are stuck in difficult areas in the inaccessible areas of the neighboring Andarab Valley, due to which they have gathered hundreds of fighters near the entrance of Panjshir. Meanwhile, they have also closed the Salang Highway. We hope that we will recover from this crisis soon.
Ever since the Taliban captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, the insurgents in the Panjshir Valley have become alert and are trying to strengthen themselves. It is being told that these insurgents have the largest number of soldiers of the Afghan National Army who have been rigorously trained. The group is led by Ahmed Masood, son of former Mujahideen commander Ahmed Shah Masood, who was the Northern Alliance chief. He is accompanied by a contingent of former Vice President Amrullah Saleh and former governor of Balkh province.
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