Even the last pocket of resistance will surrender. But Vice President Saleh denied the BBC’s escape
Taliban sources, citing TRT World and Reuters, claimed to have entered the Panshir Valley, The last pocket of resistance in Afghanistan, Arguing that the rebel leaders, Ahmed Masoud (son of Assad Panshir, the historical leader of the Northern Alliance) and former Vice President Amrullah Saleh, could have fled, possibly to Tajikistan. The National Resistance Front denied, according to regional media, the surrender. Saleh himself, who spoke a few hours ago about the actual isolation of the province by cutting the lines of communication, denied the escape in an audio message to BBC with acknowledgment of heavy losses.
Meanwhile, several gunshots were heard in Kabul that could have been a celebration of the fall of the Valley of the Rebels, which had not been occupied in the past, not even by the Russians.
Meanwhile, the announcement of the new Afghan government led by the Taliban in Afghanistan has been postponed for another day. Company spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid announced that the new date will be September 4th. Instead, the rumors that Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzadeh will be next in line for the highest rank in the country are still confirmed, A kind of Supreme Leader who will have the final say in everything. Under him, the prime minister or president leads the government.
According to the movement’s sources, Reuters Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, head of the Taliban’s political bureau. will lead the new government, And Mullah Muhammad Yaqoub, son of Mullah Omar and Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai, holds prominent positions in it. All while it turns out that the kamikaze of ISIS who blew himself up at the gates of Kabul airport on August 26, killing 170 people, including 13 US soldiers, was recently released from an Afghan prison, after the collapse of the government.
(article is being updated)
Sep 3, 2021 (change on Sep 3, 2021 | 19:53)
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