Ashraf Gani Quits Afghanistan: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has left the country. There Tolo News has given this news. According to sources, Ashraf Ghani has fled to Tajikistan along with his core team members. Most of the areas of Afghanistan are now occupied by the radical organization Taliban. He also entered the outskirts of Kabul on Sunday. Meanwhile, on the one hand, while discussions are going on on the transfer of power to the Taliban, on the other hand it is also being warned.
According to Tolo News, Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry said that special police units have been deployed in several districts of Kabul after the Taliban made a statement that they were not entering Kabul to protect against ‘opportunists’. to be protected from. Along with this, orders for firing have been given to the police.
Afghanistan’s Vice President said – cannot live with Taliban
Meanwhile, Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh said that he cannot live with the Taliban. He said- I will never bow down to the Taliban. I will not disappoint millions of people. Millions of people have trusted me. On the other hand, former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai has appealed to the people to stay in their homes. He said that efforts are being made to find a solution through talks.
Earlier, the extremist organization had captured Jalalabad on Sunday morning before entering the outskirts of the capital Kabul. Hours later, on Sunday, a US Boeing CH-47 helicopter landed at the US embassy here. Apart from Kabul, Jalalabad was the only major city that survived the Taliban’s capture. It is situated near a major border with Pakistan. Now out of the 34 provincial capitals of the country under the authority of the central government of Afghanistan, apart from Kabul, only six other provincial capitals remain.
Taliban captured Jalalabad before entering Kabul
Armored SUV vehicles of diplomats were seen passing near the US embassy and along with them there was a constant movement of aircraft. However, the US government has not given any immediate information about this yet. Smoke was seen rising near the roof of the embassy, which according to two US military officials, was due to the burning of sensitive documents by diplomats.
A Sikorsky US-60 Black Hawk helicopter also landed near the US embassy. These helicopters are usually used to transport armed soldiers. The Czech Republic has also approved a plan to evacuate Afghan personnel from its embassy. Earlier, he took his diplomats to Kabul International Airport.
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