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Protest against Taliban intensified in Afghanistan, know where the protests have taken place

Afghanistan Crisis: The opposition to the Taliban in Afghanistan is now intensifying. Afghan citizens in the country are protesting against the Taliban with a flag in their hands. Taliban fighters opened fire on a crowd after hoisting the national flag at an Independence Day rally yesterday, killing several people. A day earlier, three civilians were killed in firing by the Taliban against one such protest. Afghanistan celebrates its independence from British control on 19 August. Know where protests are taking place in Afghanistan.

Big protest in Asadabad city

After the Taliban captured Kabul on August 15, the city of Asadabad witnessed a major protest, in which white Taliban flags were torn down. This demonstration can also be seen as the first voice to rise against the Taliban, who once again took over the power of the country.

Protesters wave the national flag in Kabul

At the same time, hundreds of protesters, including women, gathered in Kabul, waving the national flag and raising slogans of ‘Our flag, our identity’. Taliban fighters surrounded some demonstrators in an attempt to disperse the crowd and they fired rounds in the air with shouts.

At Abdul Haq Square, a demonstrator climbed a pole to pull down the white Taliban flag and raised it to black, red and green national flags.

Three people died in Jalalabad

Three people were killed when Taliban fighters opened fire on protesters waving the national flag in Jalalabad. Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh, who has been trying to rally against the Taliban under his leadership, has expressed support for the protests.

Women missing from the streets of Kabul

No women were seen on the streets of the Afghan capital four days after a swift and unexpected attack by the Taliban. After the fall of Kabul, it closed its restaurant along with several business women. All educational centers, schools, universities, government buildings and private offices have also been closed since the Taliban took over.

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