Wednesday, May 25

Taliban On A Winning Spree In Afghanistan.

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Taliban insurgents have seized control of more than half of Afghanistan’s provincial Capitals.

The presence of the Afghan army has been depleting at a blistering pace since the Taliban have adopted a result-oriented war strategy after NATO’s pullout from the war-ravaged country. During the Taliban battle for Kandhar, not less than 4,000  military and paramilitary forces surrendered to the Taliban in Kandahar airport. According to Aljazeera reports Taliban have seized control of more than half of the capital districts of Afghanistan. Since 6th August, about 18 regional capitals have fallen to the Taliban.The provincial capitals that have fallen to the Taliban are Zaranj, Sheberghan, Kunduz, Saripul, Taloqan, Aybak, Puli Khumri, Farah, Fayzabad , Ghazni, Herat (3rd largest city of Afghanistan) with a population of 574,276, QalaeNaw , Lashkargah, Kandhar , Qalat, Terenkot, Pul-e-Alam,  and Feruz Koh.

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NATO Secretary-General says the Taliban must understand that if they conquer Afghanistan by force, the international community will not recognize them. Today Taliban practically hold sway over half of Afghanistan. As per the Aljazeera war map, the Taliban have reclaimed 65% of the territory. According to the Long War Journal, the Taliban now controls 233 Afghan districts, while 109 remain disputed. The government controls just 65 districts. To avoid catastrophe, UK and America have decided to send troops to Hamid Karzai International Airport to assist the withdrawal of embassies staff from Kabul.  Taliban took control of Pul-e-Alam, the capital of Logar province, placing them within 50 kilometers (30 miles) of Kabul.

 

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