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Afghanistan: Taliban, which claims to replace itself, is committing genocide, Panjshir’s situation is worst

Afghanistan: खुद को बदलने का दावा करने वाला तालिबान कर रहा नरसंहार, पंजशीर के हालात सबसे खराब

The women of the valley are weeping due to Talibani terror. Children are becoming orphans. Pictures of such brutality of Taliban are becoming viral on social media. It is being claimed that the Taliban has descended on the massacre in Panjshir.

Taliban claiming to replace itself is committing genocide

Ever since Pakistan’s intervention in Afghanistan has increased, the bloodshed has reached its peak. After the capture of Kabul, the Taliban, who had told themselves to be avenged, have now come down on the genocide at the behest of Pakistan. In Kabul, the Taliban killed a sniper working with the British Special Forces. It is said that he was hiding in his sister’s house. Then the gun-toting Taliban took him out of the house and gunned him down. The Taliban fired three bullets in the chest of this sniper named Noor and then left him tormented on the ground.

The worst situation is of Panjshir, where the Taliban have been massacred. According to the report a day earlier, the Taliban have killed 20 people here. Till yesterday the fighters of Panjshir who were taking on the Taliban are falling prey to Talibani bullets. They are being brought home in the form of a coffin.

After the so-called capture of Panjshir, the Taliban have created a massacre. The helpers of the Northern Alliance are being searched and killed. The women of the valley are weeping due to Talibani terror. Children are becoming orphans. Pictures of such brutality of Taliban are becoming viral on social media. It is being claimed that the Taliban has descended on the massacre in Panjshir.

According to a BBC report, the Taliban is shedding the blood of common people in Panjshir. The Taliban have killed 20 people there so far. Among them was a shopkeeper who was killed by the Taliban because he had sold SIM cards to the boys of the Resistance Force. How many such people are being dragged away from the house by Taliban fighters. They are kidnapping people by stuffing them in the trunk of vehicles and putting them to death.

Tired of the brutality of the Taliban, people fled to the mountains

A girl crying and crying told that Talibani entered her house three days ago. He was brutally beaten with it. One of its brothers was shot. While the other brother was kidnapped by Taliban fighters. Due to this brutality of Taliban, panic has spread in Panjshir Valley. Tired of Taliban torture, thousands of people have fled to the mountains, including children, and all these people have been hungry and thirsty for many days.

Not one or two provinces of Afghanistan… but almost every province is the same and those who raise their voice against the Taliban regime are being threatened at gunpoint. It is being claimed that thousands of Afghan citizens gathered in front of the Governor’s House in Kandahar today. He demanded from the governor that the order he had received from the Taliban to leave the house in three days should be withdrawn. In fact, for demonstrating against the Taliban regime, a decree has been issued against them and it is being said that it will not be taken back.

Many players died in Afghanistan

On September 6, 41 female players from Afghanistan went to the UAE. On 24 August, many players were also killed in Afghanistan in the race for the women’s football team to leave the country. Footballer Zaki Anwari died on 16 August after falling from a plane in Kabul. Wushu National Team player Kari Idris also lost his life in the rush to leave the country. Apart from these, Taekwondo player Mohammad Jan Sultani and cricketer Naseer Ahmed were killed in the blasts at Kabul airport. And Rashid Khan, the captain of the previous Afghanistan cricket team, also left the captaincy.

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