A woman who arrived in Delhi from Kabul says Taliban are going to kill us
Taliban capture in Afghanistan  |  Photo Credits: AP
- Afghan President Ashraf Ghani leaves the country
- People from Kabul to Delhi have told the situation in Afghanistan
- Taliban has told people not to panic
New Delhi: The Taliban has taken over Afghanistan. Fear has arisen among people, they are afraid. Meanwhile, 129 passengers have come to Delhi from Kabul in an Air India flight. People who came from there have told about the situation. Jameel Karzai, a former parliamentarian and a relative of former Afghan President Hamid Karzai, said that when I left the city, Kabul was occupied by the Taliban. I think there will be a new government. Whatever has happened is because of Ashraf Ghani. He betrayed Afghanistan. People will not forgive him.
At the same time, a woman who reached Delhi from Kabul said crying, ‘I can’t believe that the world has left Afghanistan. Our friends are being killed. They (the Taliban) are going to kill us. Our women have no more rights.
After reaching Delhi, Rizwanullah Ahmadzai, senior advisor to the Afghan President, said, “There is peace in most parts of Afghanistan. Almost all political figures like ministers have left Kabul. About 200 people have come to Delhi. I think this is the new Taliban which will allow women to work. Afghan MP Abdul Qadir Zazai said that a peace agreement was reached between the Afghan government and the Taliban. It was just a handover process. Now the situation in Kabul is calm. Pakistan is one of the close supporters of the Taliban. My family is still in Kabul.
Syed Hasan Pakhtiawal, MP of Pakhtia province said that I do not want to leave the country. I came here for a meeting. I will go back to Afghanistan. The situation there is really bad, especially really bad tonight.
Meanwhile, Taliban commanders say they have captured the Afghan Rashtrapati Bhavan. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says his forces will enter parts of Kabul and capture posts that have been evacuated by security forces to prevent looting and chaos. He asked people not to panic about his entry into the city.
In addition, India on Sunday made a contingency plan to evacuate hundreds of its officers and civilians from Kabul, surrounded by fear and panic, following reports of Taliban fighters entering the outskirts of the Afghan capital. People monitoring the matter said that the government would not risk the lives of its staff at the Indian embassy and Indian citizens in Kabul and that emergency evacuation plans have already been finalised.
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