Update on Aug 16, 12;05 pm ist
Taliban fighters have captured the Rashtrapati Bhavan of Afghanistan. In the first picture that surfaced, Talibani are seen in Rashtrapati Bhavan with weapons. At the same time, there has been a crowd at the airport to leave Afghanistan. Thousands of people are reaching the airport.
Kabul: The Taliban has also captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. With this, the way has been cleared for Taliban rule in Afghanistan. President Ashraf Ghani has left the country with some of his close friends. Initially, there was news of Vice President Amrullah Saleh also going abroad, but he has denied it. Saleh has said that he is in his own country. At the same time, the first picture of Taliban fighters who have captured the Presidential Palace of Afghanistan has come to the fore.
Bus stand-like view at the airport Taliban fighters are seen with weapons in the Presidential Palace of Afghanistan. On the other hand, the people of Afghanistan are forced to flee due to the fear of the brutal regime of the Taliban. A view like a bus stand is being seen at the airport (Kabul International Airport). People are reaching there in large numbers. There is nothing like security check at airport. Ayesha Ahmadi, a student of Kabul University, has released a video saying that there is firing outside the airport.
Amrullah Saleh tweeted Afghanistan's Vice President Amrullah Saleh has denied reports of leaving the country by tweeting. He wrote, 'Still on my land, with my people. Against oppressors and dictators (Taliban) backed by Pakistan with a solid belief in the truth, for reason and purpose.On the other hand, helicopters have been seen flying in the sky to evacuate personnel from the US embassy. American troops also had to fire in the air to control the situation at the airport. Soldiers are standing by making human shields so that there is no harm to their aircraft. At present, America has taken possession of Kabul airport and is preparing to land 6000 soldiers.
'We're banging our heads and they ran' At the same time, many sharp tweets were made on behalf of the Afghan Embassy in India on the condition of Afghan. In these tweets, some of his close friends including the President were targeted. In a tweet it was written, 'We are all beating our heads in shame and Gani Baba ran away with his miscreants. He ruined everything. We apologize to all for serving the fugitive. May Allah punish the traitor! His legacy will be a blot on our history. In another tweet, attacking the director of the President's Office and Ashraf Ghani's special general Fazal Fazli, he was depicted as characterless on the basis of a BBC report. However, all the tweets were later deleted and the press secretary of the embassy said that the account was hacked. Abdulhaq Azad said that I am not able to log in to the Embassy's account, maybe it has been hacked.
Captured these 26 provinces before Kabul The Taliban annexed 26 provinces before capturing the capital, Kabul. According to al-Jazeera's Afghan Bureau, fighters attacked Nimroz on 6 August, 6 August, Jozzan on 7 August, Takhar, Kunduz, Sar-e-Pol on 8 August, Samangan on 8 August, - Farah, Baglan, 10 August. Badakhshan on 11 August, Ghazni, Herat, Kandahar on 12 August, Badgi, Helmand, Jabul, Uruzgan, Logar, Ghor on 13 August, Balkh on 14 August, Paktia, Dayakundi, Vardak, Kunar, Lagman, Khost and Nangarhar on 15 August captured.