Taliban Tries to Enter Panjshir, Massoud Vows Resistance

Mufti Anamullah Samangani, member of the Taliban Cultural Commission, said, “efforts are being made very intensively”.

By Ayush Upadhyay/The Newster

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The Taliban tried to enter Panjshir Valley through a pass from the connecting Badakhshan Province yet couldn’t enter as such. Major Wazir Akbar, an Afghan armed force commando who has joined the Panjshir warriors, asserted the counterattack at Anjuman pass caused numerous lives.

In Kabul, Taliban representative Zabiullah Mujahid approached “our brothers in Panjshir” for talks while a Taliban chief affirmed that a delegation will “meet with Ahmad Massoud himself and various others who are associated with the Panjshir case”.

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Mujahid also stated, “The ones that are there (Panjshir) and have some reservations, we are talking to them.”

Mufti Anamullah Samangani, member of the Taliban Cultural Commission, said, “efforts are being made very intensively”.

Indeed, even before the Taliban takeover of Kabul, heads of Panjshir region had been approaching the Afghan government in Kabul to give them more independence.

Ahmad Massoud, one of the resistance pioneers, has said its powers have satisfactory stores of ammo and arms to withstand any Taliban attack.

Panjshir is encircled on all sides by Badakhshan, Takhar and Baghlan regions which are under Taliban control. There has been no foreign help to the Panjshir fighters putting aside some support from common society support in France where Massoud had last year initiated an avenue in memory of his dad, Ahmad Shah Massoud.


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