Taliban’s short journey to Kabul

Web DeskWeb Editor

17th Aug, 2021. 12:25 am

Taliban only took just over a week to grab control of the country after a lightning clean sweep that concluded in Kabul as government militaries, skilled for years and prepared by the United States with trillions of dollars as cost.

Private News channel transmitted live footage of Taliban commanders in the presidential palace with dozens of armed fighters.

The system of the new administration in Afghanistan would be made clear soon.

Further adding the Taliban calling for peaceful international relations and did not want to animate in segregation.

“We have reached what we were seeking, which is the freedom of our country and the independence of our people,” stated a source.

A source also claimed “We will not allow anyone to use our lands to target anyone, and we do not want to harm others.”

A Taliban leader told Reuters the insurrectionaries were reforming from diverse states and waited till foreign militaries had completely left before generating a new governance system.

The source near to Taliban leader, said Taliban fighters have “ordered to allow Afghans to resume daily activities and do nothing to scare civilians”.

He further stated, “Normal life will continue in a much better way, that’s all I can say for now”.

Central Kabul streets were principally isolated early on Monday as awakening residents contemplated their future.

For the thousands of Afghanis who have wanted asylum out of Kabul in recent weeks, the overwhelming reaction of uneasiness and terror.

The militants were required to plan a more restrained face.

Furthermore, promising to respect women’s rights and protect both foreigners and Afghans.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called for the Taliban to sustain human rights and said the world was watching: “It’s going to be all about the actions, not the words.”

The Taliban will reoccur to past punitive performs in their obligation of Sharia law, feared by Afghans.

Previously during their 1996-2001 regulation, women were not allowed to work, severe penalties such as stoning, whipping, and hanging were administered to those opposing the rules instructed by the Taliban administration.

On the contrary, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has commended all parties for the implementation of the extreme restriction, and articulated specific distress about the future of women and girls.

The UN also stated that the Security Council would meet over Afghanistan on Monday.

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