A massive fighting has been erupted between Taliban and Haqqani network over power in Afghanistan. According to the report of Afghanistan’s newspaper ‘Panjshir Observer’, Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar has been injured in the firing of Haqqani network. It has also been said in the report that Baradar is currently undergoing treatment in Pakistan. Though it’s not confirmed yet.
600 Taliban killed in Panjshir
The battle between the Taliban and the resistance forceled by Ahmed Masood continues in Panjshir. Meanwhile, the Resistance Force has claimed that it killed 600 Taliban and 1000 Taliban either surrendered or were under control on Saturday. A media report said that the Taliban said they were unable to advance because of landmines on the roads leading to Panjshir’s capital, Bazarak, and the provincial governor’s compound.
Pakistani army supporting Taliban in Panjshir
Reportedly, Pakistani army is supporting the Taliban in ongoing fighting in Panjshir. It is being told that the I-card of a Pakistani soldier killed in Panjshir has also been found. Pakistan has been already accused of assisting and supporting Taliban for a long time now and is also said to behind the Taliban’s control over Afghanistan.
Pakistan wants to get the command of Talibani government to terrorists
Ahead of the declaration of the Taliban government in Afghanitsan many doubts have been circulating about the arrival of Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid, the chief of Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, to Kabul. Meanwhile, former Afghan parliamentarian Maryam Solaimankhil has said that the ISI chief has arrived in Kabul to make the leader of the terrorist organization Haqqani network head of the Taliban government and prevent Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar from becoming the head.
Maryam has also said that there is disagreement between Taliban factions and Mullah Baradar on many issues and Baradar has distanced his people from the ongoing war in Panjshir. Let us tell you that before Maryam’s statement, there was speculation that Mullah Baradar would be the head of the Taliban government.
Taliban attacks on women protesting in Kabul
Women’s protests against the Taliban in Afghanistan turned violent on Saturday. The Taliban tried to stop the activists who were raising the voice of women’s rights in Kabul by releasing tear gas. These women, who have been protesting for two days, say that they should participate and get an important role in the new government.
During the demonstration of women in Kabul, the Taliban also attacked them with a deadly attack. Women’s activist Nargis Saddat alleged that she was assaulted by the Taliban on Saturday during a protest led by women’s rights activists. He also has injury marks on his face.
Nargis told that the Taliban attacked her in the face with the butt of a gun. After which blood started pouring out of his face. According to Tolo News, the Taliban stopped the marching women from going towards the Rashtrapati Bhavan and fired tear gas shells at them. Several journalists have also accused the mob of firing.
Taliban to announce new government next week
Taliban leaders were preparing to form the government on Friday itself, but after a fierce fighting with the insurgent group in Panjshir, it was said to form the government on Saturday. Then Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said on Saturday that our leaders are preparing to give a stable and comprehensive blue print to the international community. Therefore, the decision on government formation will now be taken next week.
India said – Pakistan has to keep an eye on the Taliban
On the issue of Afghanistan, India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told the media in Washington that America and India are keeping an eye on the situation in Afghanistan. Also said that Afghanistan’s neighbor Pakistan has supported the Taliban and it has been fostering the Taliban. There are many things that prove that Pakistan has helped the Taliban, keeping in mind the same things, the role of Pakistan will have to be monitored. Shringla also said that the free movement and role of terrorist organizations like Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba in Afghanistan is worrying. We will keep a close watch on this as well.