US General Mark Milley has said that looking at the current situation in Afghanistan, it seems that soon there will be a civil war-like situation there.
The Taliban have captured Afghanistan, but their path ahead is not looking easy. The Taliban are yet to form their own government in Afghanistan. At the same time, its struggle with the Haqqani network has also started. A dispute has erupted over power sharing between the Taliban and the Haqqani network. On the other hand, fighting is going on between the Taliban and the Resistance Forces in the Panjshir Valley. Meanwhile, US General Mark Milley has said that looking at the current situation in Afghanistan, it seems that soon there will be a civil war-like situation there.
Al Qaeda, IS will get a chance to resurface
US General Mark Milley says that the current situation in Afghanistan will give al Qaeda and IS a chance to re-emerge. The Taliban have claimed possession of Panjshir but there is no evidence of this. Panjshir’s insurgent group has denied the Taliban’s claim.
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Differences between Haqqani and Taliban
After easily defeating the Afghan forces, the Taliban have captured almost the whole of Afghanistan except Panjshir. However, in the Panjshir Valley, the Taliban is facing a fierce struggle. Here the Resistance Forces, led by Ahmed Masood and former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh, are giving a tough fight to Taliban fighters. There are also reports of differences between Haqqani and Taliban. It is being told that the Haqqani network also wants participation in the new power of Afghanistan. There is a tussle going on between the two groups regarding this. It is being told that there was also firing between the two groups, in which Mulla Baradar was injured. However, it has not been confirmed yet.
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thanked the soldiers
America’s top military general has thanked members of the 10th Mountain Division for their service during the evacuation of Americans, Afghans and others from Afghanistan over the past several weeks. Military General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, met soldiers at the Rhine Ordnance Barracks in Germany. In conversation with a group of soldiers, he asked that you were there for the bombing? The people in the group answered yes. On this, Miley said that you guys did a commendable job. All of you (Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force personnel) transported 124,000 people.