Unknown Fighter Jet launched Missile attack on Taliban in Panjshir.
Panjshir is now under the control of the Taliban, the extremist group claimed. According to some local media, the fighter jets suddenly attacked the Taliban base in Panjshir.
Although it is not clear who was behind the attack, the Taliban announced that they had seized all of Panjshir.
Northern Alliance spokesman Fahim Dashti was pronounced dead on Sunday night.
At the same time, news of the death of General Sahib Abdul Wadud Johor and Commander-in-Chief Saleh Mohammad broke out in Panjshir.
Meanwhile, Ahmed Masood said: ‘We are in favor of peace. But the Taliban must stand down.
Taliban must remove the idea of occupying Panjshir from the head. Only then will we declare a ceasefire.
But the Taliban refused Masood’s message of peace. In the meantime, the attack on the Taliban camp in Panjshir came when the Taliban claimed control of Panjshir.
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Who was behind this attack on the Taliban?
However, who was behind this attack on the Taliban? No one has not confirmed this still now. Some sources claim it might attack the Tajikistan air force, Iranian airforce, or any unknown force.
On the other hand, the fight in Panjshir is not over yet, Ahmed Masood yelled. He said they would fight to the last drop of blood.
However, Masud’s message of peace was being questioned. Why did Masood suddenly change his plan?
He was initially thought to have been approached by Afghan clergymen. Then he changed his mind.
Although the war between the Northern Alliance and the Taliban is not over yet, airstrikes appear to be part of the evidence.
Meanwhile, the Taliban have begun lobbying for a government in Afghanistan.
However, they were unable to announce the date of the government’s formation twice in a row.
It has been heard that Mullah Hasan Akhund will be the head of the Taliban government.
However, the Taliban said they were willing to form a government. Previously, Mullah Hassan Akhund held critical positions in the Taliban government in Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001.
Significantly, former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh has fled the country.
Although this statement is not valid, Saleh said. He said the whole country needs him right now.
He also added that he would support the Afghan people. The situation is highly critical. But they will keep fighting.
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.