In Afghanistan, the fierce battle of security forces with Taliban terrorists is going on on many fronts. The news agency ANI quoted Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry as saying that in the last 24 hours, 385 Taliban terrorists have been killed and 210 have been injured. At the same time, Deborah Lyon, the country’s special representative to the UN Secretary-General, says that Afghanistan has reached a dangerous juncture as it enters a new phase of the war. According to the report of the news agency AP, Taliban terrorists have entered Sheberghan, the capital of Javazan province of northern Afghanistan. Heavy fighting continues between Afghan security forces and the Taliban on several fronts in Sheberghan.
Another provincial capital claim
Taliban militants killed the director of a state media center in Kabul on Friday, according to a report by the news agency AP. After taking control of smaller administrative districts, Taliban militants are now trying to take control of provincial capitals. In this episode, Taliban militants captured Zaranj, the capital of southern Nimroj province, on Friday. At the same time, the government says that the fighting is still going on in Zaranj on many fronts. The governor of the province, Abdul Karim Barhawi, fled from Zaranj to seek refuge in Burjak district.
Taliban’s self-styled governor Abdul Khaliq killed
According to the Afghan Defense Ministry, in the last 24 hours, the Afghan army has killed 385 Taliban terrorists, 210 have been injured. Taliban’s self-styled godman Abdul Khaliq has been killed in Namruz province. He was killed by the Afghan army during the attack in the city of Jarang. There was fierce fighting between the army and the Taliban militants here at night. A fierce struggle has been going on for seven days in the city of Shabargan in Jaujan province. Here Taliban terrorists entered government buildings. Taliban militants have claimed complete capture in Shebargan. Here the Defense Ministry has said that the terrorists have been repulsed from Shabargan.
Afghanistan at a dangerous juncture
At the same time, the UN envoy to Afghanistan, Deborah Lyons, told a special meeting of the UN Security Council on Friday that civilians are also being killed in the fighting, which is worrying. At present, Afghanistan is at a dangerous juncture. After capturing rural areas, Taliban militants have started attacking big cities. The provincial capitals of Kandahar, Herat and Helmand have come under pressure. Common people are forced to flee due to the attack by Taliban terrorists.
Terrorists killed child
According to IANS, the Taliban are killing civilians. In the past week 40 civilians have been killed in Malistan. A child was murdered in front of his parents in Matakhan district. After the capture of the districts, the Taliban have been looting and killing civilians.
Afghans living in India worried for their relatives
According to ANI, all the Afghan refugees living in India are very worried about their relatives. Hameed Khan, 28, an employee of a restaurant serving Afghan cuisine in Chhota Kabul in New Delhi, is keeping a close eye on every development in Afghanistan. He is worried about his parents who live there. Many such refugees are worried about their relatives trapped in the war.
Thirty Pakistani civilians among terrorists killed in Helmand
According to ANI, 112 militants have been killed in an airstrike by the Afghan army in Helmand province. Thirty of these are Pakistani nationals. They are all al Qaeda terrorists. 33 terrorists have been injured. The killing of these Pakistani nationals confirms that Pakistan is not only fighting a proxy war in Afghanistan but is also giving protection to Al Qaeda.
Afghan women protest in Los Angeles
According to ANI, Afghan women demonstrated in Los Angeles, US, against the atrocities being committed against women by the Taliban in their country. He expressed anger over the killing of civilians.
US and UK issued advisory
America has asked its citizens to leave war-torn Afghanistan. The administration says the embassy’s ability to help American citizens in Afghanistan is extremely limited. Britain has also advised its citizens to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible. There are indications that the situation in Afghanistan may get worse. According to the news agency ANI, the Taliban have carried out heavy attacks on Lashkargah and the city of Sheberghan.
Religious flag again installed with respect at Gurudwara
According to ANI, the religious flag Nishan Sahib has been restored with full respect at Gurdwara Thala Sahib in Chamkani of Paktia province. This information has been given by Indian World Forum President Puneet Singh Chandhok. He told that talks have been held with the caretakers of the Gurudwara. After inspecting the Gurdwara, the Taliban team has installed Nishan Sahib with full respect.
Time for the Security Council to decide
Meanwhile, India has said in the Security Council meeting on Afghanistan that terrorist safe havens in the region should be destroyed immediately. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said Afghanistan’s past cannot be its future. The time has come for the UN Security Council to consider action to immediately stop the violence. The supply chain of terrorists should be disrupted by destroying terrorist bases in the region. It must be ensured that Afghanistan is not used by terrorist groups to attack any other country.