New Delhi: After days of intense battle, the Taliban claimed to have conquered the Panjshir valley by killing essential commanders of the Resistance Pressure on Monday. Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah took to Twitter and introduced, “The last stronghold of the mercenary enemy, Panjshir province, was completely conquered.”
The Taliban spokesperson tweeted a press release in Persian which roughly interprets in English as, “Panjshir province was completely conquered and came under the control of the Islamic Emirate. Many Panjshir resistance force members were killed while the dignified have fled the valley. “
The assertion additional assures, “the honorable people of Panjshir that they will not be discriminated against as they are all our brothers and we will serve the country with a common goal.”
The assertion ends by claiming that the warfare in Afghanistan has ended.
“With these recent victories and efforts, our country has completely come out of the vortex of war, and our people will have a peaceful and happy life in the atmosphere of freedom, independence, and prosperity”, the Taliban assertion’s tough translation in English.
NRF denies Taliban’s claims
Nevertheless, Nationwide Resistance Pressure has denied claims made by the Taliban.
“Taliban’s claim of occupying Panjshir is false. The NRF forces are present in all strategic positions across the valley to continue the fight. We assure the ppl of Afghanistan that the struggle against the Taliban & their partners will continue until justice & freedom prevails”, Nationwide Resistance Entrance claimed on Twitter.
Earlier in the course of the day, the Taliban had killed two vital members of the Nationwide Resistance Pressure.
Fahim Dashty, the spokesperson of Ahmad Massoud, who was main a resistance motion to the Taliban, was killed throughout combating with the Taliban in Panjshir, in accordance with a report by TOLOnews. Additionally, One other senior member of their group, Normal Abdul Wudod Zara has been killed in the course of the standoff between insurgent forces and the Taliban, quoted ANI.
On Sunday, Ahmad Massoud, the chief of the resistance forces in Afghanistan’s northeastern province of Panjshir mentioned resistance forces are able to stop combating and begin negotiations if the Taliban go away the province. He welcomed proposals from non secular students for a negotiated settlement to finish the combating.
Ahmad Massoud, head of the Nationwide Resistance Entrance of Afghanistan (NRFA), made the announcement on the group’s Fb web page.
“The NRF in principle agree to solve the current problems and put an immediate end to the fighting and continue negotiations,” Massoud mentioned within the Fb publish.