Kabul | Taliban: Taliban may subdue Kabul in 90 days, US official fears

Kabul | Taliban: Taliban may subdue Kabul in 90 days, US official fears

Taliban could isolate Afghanistan's capital Kabul in 30 days : Report

The Taliban are occupying the provincial capitals.&nbsp

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  • The ongoing conflict between the Taliban and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan has become more severe.
  • US intelligence agencies say Taliban can capture Kabul in 90 days
  • The Afghan top military leadership has undergone several changes in view of the rise of the Taliban in the country.

Kabul : The situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating rapidly. US intelligence agencies have indicated this in their latest assessment. A US defense official told Reuters news agency that intelligence agencies believe the Taliban could isolate the capital Kabul in the next 30 days and take control of it in 90 days. Earlier, US intelligence agencies had said in their assessment that it could take the Taliban six months to take Kabul under their control.

So far the Taliban have captured nine provincial capitals.
As of Friday, the Taliban have captured nine provincial capitals of the country – Faizabad, Farah, Pul-e-Khumri, Sar-e-Pur, Sheberghan, Aybak, Kunduz, Talukan and Zaranj, Al Jazeera reported. From the month of May, the Taliban began to control the areas of Afghanistan. Till now he has controlled a large part of the country. The withdrawal of US and NATO forces began in May, and so far more than 90 percent of American and foreign forces have left Afghanistan.

Changes in Afghan military leadership
The report said that in view of the rise of the Taliban in the country, there have been many changes in the Afghan military leadership. General Haibatullah Alizai has been made the Chief of Staff of the Army in place of General Wali Ahmadzai. While Sami Saadat has been appointed Commander of the Special Operations Corps. According to the report of Al Jazeera, the conflict between the Taliban and Afghan security forces has intensified in the country.

Fighting intensifies in Kandahar, the second largest city
The conflict between Taliban fighters and security forces has escalated in Kandahar. At least 47 people including a woman, children, police were brought here to Mirwaiz Hospital in Kandahar. Whether these people are injured or have lost their lives, the hospital has not given details about this. People say that the fight with the Taliban has reached the hospital in the country’s second largest city. Taliban fighters want to take control of the city. The population of Afghanistan is about 38 million. There are 34 states and 421 districts in the country.

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