Northern Alliance killed 800 Taliban in Panjshir last night: 600 Captured.
Panjshir latest news: Panjshir remains the biggest thorn in the side of the Taliban (Taliban terror). On Friday, they claimed that Panjshir Ethan, surrounded by the Hindu Kush Mountains, was in their possession.
But there on Saturday Northern Alliance killed 800 Taliban jihadists. This has been reported to the international media on behalf of the resistance forces or the Northern Alliance.
There was a bloody battle in Panjshir on Saturday. The resistance led by Masud claims that 800 jihadists have so far died in that battle. Additionally, they have also captured many Taliban.
600 Taliban surrendered to Panjshir
At least 600 Talibans surrendered to Ahmad Shah Massoud’s forces. The rest claimed to be trying to escape.
However, the Taliban claimed to have captured Panjshir on Saturday morning. They claimed that the resistance forces had been defeated. The last hurdle has been broken.
Did the script change within 24 hours of this claim? How is that possible?
Everything was planned?
The Northern Alliance reports: “We are in a favorable position. Everything was planned in advance.
We control the entire province. Informed sources say that the resistance forces cut off their communication with the central area of Afghanistan shortly after the Taliban entered the Panjshir area.
As a result, the supply of weapons and food is stagnant. On the other hand, the army has spread landmines in most areas. As a result of which they will be smashed in the explosion.
A Taliban source confirmed the allegations and said the fighting was continuing. But landmines have been laid on the road to reach the Bajrak area. So we have to proceed slowly.
However, on Saturday night it was understood that the resistance claim was not unreasonable. The process of forming a more Taliban government has been delayed for another week.
Informed neighborhoods claim that the resistance forces’ struggle in Panjshir is one of the reasons behind this.
It is clear from the message of former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh that this fight does not end now.
“The resistance continues,” he said in a video message. It will also continue in the future. “
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