The Pakistani army is attacking Panjshir with the Taliban: Ahmed Masood.
Panjshir did not bow his head. Ahmed Masood, leader of the Northern Alliance, has said that the Taliban will continue to fight for control of large valley areas.
He also alleged that the Pakistani army was attacking Panjshir disguised as Taliban fighters.
After nearly a month of fighting, the Taliban announced yesterday or Monday that they would take Panjshir.
The Taliban claimed that they also occupied the home of Ahmed Masood, one of the leaders of the resistance forces in Panjshir. That image has also gone viral on social media.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said: “Panjshir is now in our possession as the last province of Afghanistan. The Taliban have taken over all of Afghanistan.”
Although the Northern Alliance has responded to this claim, the Taliban are making false claims.
The Afghanistan National Resistance Force tweeted: “Taliban’s claim about Panjshir is false.” There are still forces of resistance there.
We are fighting. We promise the Afghan people that the struggle will continue until we regain our independence and our rights. ”
In a video message on Monday, Ahmed Masood, son of the famous warlord Ahmed Shah Masood, said: “We continue to resist the Taliban in Panjshir. The fighting will continue until the last drop of blood.”
Furthermore, Masood revealed a joint conspiracy between the Taliban and Pakistan and said that the Pakistani army attacked the Taliban in Panjshir.
Fahim Dasti, a spokesman for the Northern Alliance, was killed yesterday in a clash with the Taliban.
Soon after, Masood posted the video message on Amir Sahib Ahmed Masood, Masood’s relative.
One of the Northern Alliance commanders, Sahib Abdul Wadud Johar, was killed in a battle with the Taliban.
You should not that Panjshir has been the face of the anti-Soviet war in Afghanistan since the 1980s, not today.
The Afghan Mujahideen commander Ahmed Shah Masood was at the forefront of that movement. The clock is ticking.
At the moment, the name of one of the leaders of that Panjshir appears in the fight against the Taliban.
Meanwhile, Masood’s forces have lost control of the Panjshir Valley in the Pakistani Air Force and the Taliban.
However, Tajik fighters are reported to have taken control of the remote mountainous areas of the Hindu Kush.
From there, he could wage a long-running guerrilla war against the Taliban.