Taliban | Will Taliban repeat history in Afghanistan? Need for Northern Alliance being felt, Will Taliban repeat history in Afghanistan a force like Northern alliance needed
Taliban intensified attacks in recent days in Afghanistan.  |  Photo Credits: AP
- The withdrawal of US and foreign forces from Afghanistan has started
- America has said that its army will return from Afghanistan by September 11
- Taking the opportunity, the Taliban have captured more than 50 districts in the northern region.
New Delhi : Foreign troops are starting to withdraw from Afghanistan. The US has said that by September 11, its forces will be withdrawn from Afghanistan. There has been speculation about the future of this country after the withdrawal of US and NATO forces, which fought terrorism and the Taliban for nearly two decades. Especially when the Taliban has become extremely aggressive and has taken control of more than 50 districts, attacking in the northern areas. Experts believe that after the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban can once again repeat its old history.
Taliban capture more than 50 districts
The Taliban is beginning to express its intention. If media reports are to be believed, it has captured more than 50 out of 370 districts in the recent past and is expanding its scope. He may control the provincial capitals in the coming days. Obviously, the coming times are going to be very challenging for the Afghan government. To keep the Taliban under control, the civilian government of Afghanistan will have to fight on both diplomatic and military fronts.
Taliban expanding its range
A Reuters report quoted officials as saying that in recent days the Taliban have engaged in heavy fighting with Afghan security forces in the outskirts of the country’s northern provinces of Faryab, Balkh and Kunduz. The Taliban is expanding its base while capturing new areas.
UN expressed concern over the situation in Afghanistan
The powerful countries of the world are worried about peace in Afghanistan. The Taliban have expressed confidence in continuing talks, but the peace process in Doha is largely stalled. The United Nations has expressed concern over the latest situation in Afghanistan. The UN has urged the Security Council to bring all parties to the negotiating table. UN Secretary General for Afghanistan de Liones said: “The escalation of conflict in Afghanistan will increase insecurity for other countries.”
Taliban is very strong in the southern part
Experts say that the stronghold of this extremist organization is the southern region of the country. Helmand and Kandahar provinces are strongholds of the Taliban and they are very strong here. Now his eyes are on the northern areas of the country over which he wants to gain his control. For decades it has faced resistance and opposition in the northern region. The Taliban feel that once it has gained control of the northern region, it will not face much challenge in the rest.
The need of the Northern Alliance being felt
Given the growing influence of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the need for a military front like the Northern Alliance is being felt once again. The Northern Alliance was formed in 1996 as a military front. The Northern Alliance fought a decisive battle to liberate Afghanistan from Taliban control.
This Northern Alliance was supported by Iran, Russia, Turkey, India and Tajikistan. Later, when the US military attacked the Taliban, it got the support and cooperation of the Northern Alliance. After defeating the Taliban in 2001, the Northern Alliance was dissolved. Its members later became part of the Afghan government. Experts say that the need for a military front like the Northern Alliance is being felt to counter the Taliban.
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