Kabul: A whole bunch of Aghan nationals together with girls on Tuesday took to the streets of Kabul chanting slogans towards Pakistan as varied experiences declare the latter’s jets performed airstrikes in Panjshir province.
In line with experiences, protests started exterior the Pakistan Embassy within the Afghan capital to denounce what the demonstrators allege as Pakistan’s interference in Afghanistan, particularly Islamabad’s alleged assist for the newest Taliban offensive that routed anti-Taliban fighters in Panjshir province.
Protesters gathered on the gate of the Pakistani embassy in Kabul and mentioned that they don’t assist a puppet authorities in Afghanistan and requested for an inclusive authorities.
The individuals gathered after co-leader of the resistance entrance in Panjshir province Ahmad Masoud in a voice clip referred to as on individuals of Afghanistan to resurrect towards the Taliban, Khaama News reported.
Protesters had been chanting “death to Pakistan”, “aadazi” and requested for the Pakistani embassy to depart Afghanistan. Different slogans resembling “Freedom”, “Allah Akbar”, “we do not want captivity” had been additionally chanted by protesters in Kabul.
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Later, the Taliban fighters reportedly performed aerial firing to disperse the protesters however they had been nonetheless protesting and fewer individuals had been dispersed.
In the meantime, individuals in Balkh and Daikundi provinces too took to the streets and chanted slogans towards Pakistan.
Even Iran reacted to the reported airstrikes in Panjshir province and the spokesperson of the nation’s International Ministry has requested for investigations over what he referred to as the interference of international jets.
Earlier within the day, Afghan journalist who was amongst these detained and who was later freed instructed The Related Press he was punished by the Taliban.
They made me rub my nostril on the bottom and apologize for masking the protest, he mentioned, talking on situation of anonymity for fears for his security. Journalism in Afghanistan is getting more durable,” he added.