The Taliban killed Amrullah Saleh’s brother in Panjshir.
Panjshir is fighting against the Taliban. News is coming out that more than one fighter was killed on both sides.
A recent report claims that the Taliban killed the brother of former Vice President Amrullah Saleh in Panjshir.
The report claims that the Taliban first tortured and later killed Saleh’s brother, Rohullah Saleh. However, the Panjshir resistance has not yet been commented on.
Several local media outlets in Afghanistan have claimed heavy fighting between the Taliban and resistance forces on Thursday night.
Amrullah Saleh’s brother is claimed to have been killed in the battle. Amrullah Saleh, however, did not respond.
A few days ago, the Taliban claimed that Panjshir had fallen. However, the NRF rejected the claim of the radical group.
It is said that the fight is going on. Although the Taliban captured Kabul on August 15, Panjshir is still out of their hands.
Amrullah Saleh has appealed to the world not to recognize the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
Taliban first tortured him and then murdered him.
The killing of Amrullah’s brother in Panjshir is a big incident in the last one or two days. Saleh can take significant steps to take the next day.
However, this is not the first time that the Taliban have been accused of brutally killing Indian film journalist Danish Siddiqui.
Local media claimed that the Taliban first tortured Rohullah Saleh and then killed him. For the past few days, the Taliban has claimed that Amrullah Saleh has left Afghanistan for Tajikistan.
Although the NRF has blown that claim, the NRF’s war against the Taliban will continue.
Amrullah Saleh has said that he will never leave the people of the country.
Ali Commander Maisam Nazari of the National Resistance Front said, “Commander Ahmed Masood and Amrullah Saleh are still in Afghanistan.
They did not leave the country. They are not people who run away, leaving their people alone. People are standing up against the militants in Kabul.
Besides, he said, ’60 percent of Panjshir’s rash is still in the hands of Masud’s forces. Diplomatic talks are underway to relinquish power to 40 percent.
A few days ago, Ahmed Masood said in an audio message on Facebook, ‘I am standing in the frontline.
I did not leave the battlefield. I will fight with the last drop of blood.
Devika Chowdhury – She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.