On the one hand, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has fled the country, on the other hand, an Afghan soldier is making a living by frying ‘French fries’ in Delhi. Umed, who was once in the Special Forces, is now earning Rs 300 a day by frying potatoes. He said he is trying to learn Hindi, but has no idea what the future and work will be.
Umaid also wants to do something good now, but somehow he has to sell fried french fries to support his family. Many of his friends were killed in the war with the Taliban, which he still remembers when he became emotional. Umed’s parents died in an accident when he was two years old. Umaid, who is currently living in India on a refugee card, said he would not be able to return to his country even in Afghanistan now.
Umed, who works at a street food point in Lajpat Nagar, recently visited Afghanistan. I’m listening to the news Think back to the days when he was in the army. He was deployed in many places and he also killed many Taliban. Many videos of his mission are still with the Taliban. That is why he has been blacklisted by the Taliban. Umayyads fear he will be killed as soon as he leaves for Afghanistan.
Umed has scars on his head, hands and face. These marks were just because of the bullet hole, he was lucky that he didn’t get shot. He saw many friends dying and shooting in front of him. Umed says the Afghan government could do nothing and the Taliban were at the top. He said there was no alternative but to flee, because otherwise the Taliban had no choice but to go to the army.
#Afghanistan crisis | Russia’s state news agency TASS quoted the Russian embassy in Kabul as saying that the 72-year-old president had fled Afghanistan in a helicopter loaded with money.https://t.co/MGVgzsAPpz
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Umed 1 joined the army at the age of 18. He says India is a good country, but it is difficult to get a job because one has to travel from police to MCD. Another soldier returning from Kabul said the situation there was worse for security forces. He is just worried that the Taliban may not reach his home. The family panicked. Army troops are the most targeted in Afghanistan.
On the other hand, the Russian embassy reported that Ashraf Ghani, the president of Afghanistan (now former) Tajikistan, loaded money into his car and helicopter. Took away Huh. However, no one knows where Ashraf Ghani is now. Russia says its cars and a helicopter were loaded with money. He is said to have taken with him the rest of the money from Afghanistan’s recent budget.