- Taliban take over Afghanistan
- More than 5 killed in Kabul airport shooting
- Indians stuck in Afghanistan
Kabul (Afghanistan) – Fear lurks large over Afghanistan as the Taliban forces overrun most parts of the Country. Millions are preparing for the exodus. Thousands thronged Kabul airport leading to chaos. Troops resorted to firing to get the situation under control in which more than 5 people were killed and many injured. However, some say 5 people were killed in the stampede. Several women not wearing hijab (a garment used by Muslim women to cover their heads and necks) were shot near the airport, but the Taliban has not yet confirmed it. The airport is currently controlled by the US Military. The United States is preparing to send 6,000 troops to Kabul. The Taliban has re-declared Afghanistan as the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan” (IEA).
— India TV (@indiatvnews) August 16, 2021
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani claimed he had to flee to avoid more bloodshed
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has left the Country and is currently stationed at a US Air Force base in Oman and will leave for America soon. President Ashraf Ghani has posted the reason for leaving the country on social media. Ashraf Ghani explained on social media that “Today, I came across a hard choice; I should stand to face armed Taliban who wanted to enter the palace or leave the country that I dedicated my life to protecting and protecting the past twenty years. If there were still countless countrymen martyred and they would face the destruction and destruction of Kabul City and the result would have been a big human disaster in this six million city”.
Ghani has sold the Country – Accused Afghan Defence Minister
While President Ashraf Ghani explained the reason for leaving the country, Afghan Defence MinisterMohammadi indirectly accusing Ghani tweeted, ”They tied our hands behind our backs and sold the homeland. History will judge Ghani – damn the rich man and his gang”.
5,000 Islamic State and Al-Qaeda prisoners released by the Taliban from a Kabul prison
The Taliban have released more than 5,000 inmates of a Kabul prison. These include terrorists of the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda. Most of the inmates were militants of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Closure of Afghanistan’s airspace hinders deportation of Indians
While the Indian Government was preparing to send aircraft to rescue stranded Indians from Afghanistan, the airspace over Afghanistan is closed. Now no aircraft can land there.
(Government agencies decided to bring Indians from Afghanistan when the situation got out of control. Why it was not decided to bring Indians back when the situation in Afghanistan started deteriorating last month ? – Editor)
The Air India flight was scheduled to depart for Kabul at 12.30 p.m. instead of 8.30 a.m. The security of Indians in Afghanistan is a matter of concern due to the Taliban’s arrogance. The Taliban have assured that “Indian citizens will not be harmed.”
(Who would believe it ? – Editor)
Anger against Joe Biden in the US
Hundreds of Afghans demonstrate outside the White House
Washington – The Taliban has taken control of Afghanistan after the US withdrew its troops. After taking office, US President Joe Biden had announced withdrawing its army from Afghanistan, which forced millions of Afghans to flee. Hundreds of angry Afghans in the United States protested outside the White House. The Afghans said the Taliban took control as the United States withdrew its troops without any planning. They also accused Biden of betraying Afghan citizens.
Report | Hundreds of Afghans protest outside White House as Taliban take control of Kabul.https://t.co/n2pwXYMWxE
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) August 16, 2021
Afghanistan liberated from the bonds of slavery – Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan
Islamabad – Afghanistan has broken the chain of slavery. Imran Khan said when you adopt someone’s culture you believe it to be superior and you end up becoming a slave to it. It is more difficult to free your mind from mental slavery. Afghans have broken the shackles of slavery.
China to establish friendly ties with Taliban
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters that China respects the rights of the Afghan people and is committed to the Taliban. It wants to develop a friendly and cooperative relationship with the Taliban.