On the one hand, the Taliban are celebrating after the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. On the other hand, it is claimed that 50 Taliban were killed and captured in Panjshir attack. Panjshir is an area still not under Taliban control.
The answer Alliance The United States has claimed that about 350 Taliban fighters were killed and more than 40 others were taken hostage in the attack last night. At this time, many American vehicles and weapons were also in his hands.
Since last night’s battle of Khabak, 350 Taliban fighters have been killed and more than 40 taken prisoner. The NRF received many new American vehicles, weapons and ammunition as trophies. Commanded Defense of Khawak, Commander Munib Amiri#AhmedMasood # Taliban # Panjshir # Second resistance pic.twitter.com/nSlFN47xL2
– Northern Alliance (@ NA2NRF) September 1, 2021
Earlier, Naitik Malikzada, a local journalist present in Panjshir, tweeted that there was fighting between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance in Gulbahar. The Taliban were also said to have broken a bridge here and killed more Taliban John Taliban.
Panjshir Update: Breaking: Intense clashes are going on between Taliban and resistance forces in Golbahar area of Panjshir. There are unconfirmed reports that the Taliban blew up a bridge connecting Panjshir and Golbahar roads in the clashes.
– atik malikzada (atinatiqmalikzada) August 31, 2021
The Taliban, on the other hand, place American and NATO flags in coffins as their symbol. Funeral Is extracted. Thousands of locals took to the streets in Khust to celebrate the withdrawal of US and allied forces from Afghanistan, the report said.
According to Reuters, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid celebrated the departure of the United States from the country at Kabul airport and Said“We are proud in these moments that we have liberated our country from a great power.” Mujahid added that “the Islamic Emirate wants to establish good diplomatic relations with the whole world.”
Meanwhile, the symbolic funeral scene went viral on social media.
Mock funeral of US, UK and NATO countries in Khost, Afghanistan
(Via Reuters) pic.twitter.com/Kyf0HbpVk7
– Wajahat S Khan (aj Wazkhan) August 31, 2021
In another video, a huge crowd is seen carrying out janaza with the slogan ‘Nara-i-Takbeer and Allahu Akbar’.
– FJ (at Natsecjeff) August 31, 2021