Afghanistan in crisis, people forced to sell household items to eat… sitting on the road with sofas, beds, utensils and mattresses

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Cash Shortage in Afghanistan: There has been a severe shortage of cash in Afghanistan, people have no money left to buy food. Due to which they are forced to sell the goods kept in the house.

People selling household goods due to lack of money (Cash Shortage in Afghanistan)

Afghanistan in Crisis: The economic crisis in Afghanistan is deepening rapidly. There is a huge shortage of cash here and people do not even have money to leave the country or buy food items. Due to which now he is forced to sell the goods kept in his house (Afghans Selling Household Items). A large crowd of people is being seen in a market in Kabul. After the occupation of the Taliban, the common people are facing a lot of difficulties. They are selling their household items at very low prices.

Items sold in the market include plates, glasses, other kitchenware, 1990s television sets, vintage sewing machines, carpets, second hand sofas and beds. People say that after the arrival of Taliban, there are no jobs left in the country. People can only withdraw $ 200 from the bank every week (Cash Shortage in Afghanistan). But even to withdraw so much money, there is a long line outside the bank. Which clearly shows that there is a huge shortage of cash in the country.

the poor have nothing to eat

A man named Mohammad Ahsan, who came to sell his two blankets in Kabul’s market, said, ‘We have nothing to eat, we are poor and are forced to sell these things.’ Ahsan is a labourer. He was working for a project related to the construction of a building which has now either been canceled or suspended (Afghanistan Taliban Latest News). “The rich people were in Kabul but now everyone has fled,” he says. Similar is the condition of the rest of the people of the country. People are sitting on the streets keeping their belongings from place to place.

Taliban made terrorist as Home Minister

The Taliban entered Kabul on the 15th of last month and announced the occupation of the country. On this day the Afghan government elected by the people fell and the then President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. Last week the Taliban announced an interim government. Which has been created by Taliban in collaboration with Haqqani Networkd. In this government, Sirajuddin Haqqani, the most wanted global terrorist and head of the Haqqani network, has been made the Home Minister. While Mullah Yakub, son of Taliban founder Mullah Omar, has got the responsibility of defense minister. With the formation of such a government, people do not see any hope of improving the condition of the country.

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