Panjshir’s rebel forces claim to have killed nearly 600 Taliban fighters so far.
Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley remains a headache for the Taliban. It is becoming increasingly difficult for the Taliban to capture Panjshir. Panjshir’s rebel forces claim to have killed nearly 600 Taliban fighters so far. At the same time, according to the report of Sputnik News, the spokesman of the opposing forces, Faheem Dashti, has said that about 600 Taliban fighters have been killed in different districts of Panjshir. At the same time, he has also claimed that more than 1000 Talibanis have been captured.
Both sides are claiming victory
The Taliban have captured the whole of Afghanistan except Panjshir. The Taliban has still not been able to capture Panjshir. However, on Friday, the Taliban claimed possession of Panjshir. After this, shots were fired in celebration of the victory in Kabul. Some people also died in this firing. At the same time, Amrullah Saleh rejected the claim of the Taliban occupying Panjshir. Panjshir is a stronghold of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF), which is led by Ahmed Masood and the acting President of Afghanistan, Amrullah Saleh. Both sides are claiming their victory in the battle.
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Possession claim but no proof
The Taliban is claiming to have captured Panjshir, but there is no evidence for this, only claims. Al Jazeera reported that a Taliban official said fighting was going on in Panjshir, but the pace slowed down due to landmines laying on the road leading to the capital Bazarak and the provincial governor’s compound. At the same time, Taliban spokesman Bilal Karimi has claimed that the Taliban have captured Khinj and Unaba districts. He says the Taliban has controlled four of the seven districts.
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Iran appeals for elections
The Taliban have taken over Afghanistan and are preparing to form a government. Meanwhile, Iran has given a blow to the Taliban. Iran has called for the formation of a people-elected government in Afghanistan. Iran says elections are vital for Afghanistan’s successful future. Iran says that this will restore peace in the country. Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi, while talking to the media, said that a government should be formed in Afghanistan, which is elected by the votes and will of the people. We support the government elected by the people.