The latest and worrying information related to the terror of Taliban in Afghanistan is coming out. It is learned that the Taliban has entered the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul. According to the news agency AP, three Afghan officials have confirmed that Taliban terrorists have entered the borders of Kabul. Earlier, the Taliban had captured all the border crossings.
Now the Taliban has demanded a transition phase (change of power). On which the acting Interior Minister of Afghanistan, Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal has also approved. According to Tolo News, ‘Afghanistan’s acting Interior Minister Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal said, ‘Kabul will not be attacked, the change of power will happen in a peaceful manner’. He said that the security forces are responsible for the security of Kabul.
Earlier there was a statement from the Taliban. It says that the Taliban do not want to capture Kabul ‘by force’. further said that they want everything from the transition phase. It has been said that if the change of power is done comfortably, then no loss of life and property will be done.
So far, no conflict is taking place on the border there. Taliban terrorists have reached Kalakan, Karabakh and Pagman districts of Kabul. Concern is also being seen in the government regarding this. On Sunday, the employees working in the office were also sent home early.
Taliban issued a statement, saying they are forgiving the army
Amidst reports of entering Kabul, a statement has also been issued from the Taliban side. It says that their fighters have been asked not to enter Kabul and wait at the borders only. The Taliban have said they will “promise” no retaliation or attacks against civilians or the military. It is said that the Taliban is ‘forgiving’ all of them. At the same time, everyone has been threatened to stay at home and it has been told that no one should even try to leave the country.
Earlier on Saturday, the Taliban also captured Jalalabad. After this, Kabul was the only major city left which was believed to be safe from the terror of the Taliban. By capturing Jalalabad, the Taliban cut off the capital Kabul from the eastern part of the country. It was reported that the governor of Jalalabad had surrendered without any struggle, as he wanted to save the common people from harm.