The US betrayed with Taliban by disabling all aircraft-helicopters: Taliban.
The Taliban have been duped by the United States, even after the timely withdrawal of American troops. Because before leaving, a large arsenal of weapons, military aircraft, and military vehicles was disabled in Kabul Airport.
The US military has intentionally destroyed it. The Taliban have been badly affected by White House diplomacy.
According to the leadership of the Taliban, the United States has betrayed. The US military has intentionally done this to weaken them.
They have expressed their anger in front of the media. The head of the US Central Command said Wednesday that all 73 helicopters and planes at Kabul’s Hami Karzai International Airport were entirely out of service.
They are of no use. It includes several powerful military aircraft and helicopters, including the large Black Hawk, Chinook helicopter, and MD-530F light helicopter.
There are also 26 armored vehicles parked at the airport. But that’s not the end of the story.
However, the Taliban still have many sophisticated weapons in their hands. The Taliban are examining the arsenal.
The United States withdrew its troops from the Kabul airport a day earlier, within the deadline set by the Taliban.
The last military plane took off from Kabul airport at midnight on Monday, just one minute before 12 o’clock.
Major General Chris Donahue of the 62nd Airborne Division set foot on that last C-17 lock.
Major was caught on a night vision camera. The photo of him was posted in a tweet on behalf of the US military. The US military has withdrawn from Afghanistan, ending a 20-year war.
On the same day, Taliban spokesman Jabidullah Mujahid said: “My country gained complete independence only after the last American troops left Kabul airport.
Although a somewhat chaotic situation has been created today, once the government is in power, it will solve all problems.
The Taliban began to celebrate after the withdrawal of US troops from Kabul. The festivities started with the total seizure of the Kabul airport.
They are delighted with the official end of the 20-year war. Some fire into the air, while others fire rockets.
But in less than 24 hours, that wave has turned to anger.
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.