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Complete control over Panjshir, claim Afghan Taliban

Complete control over Panjshir; Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has claimed full control of Panjshir province, where the

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Complete control over Panjshir; Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has claimed full control of Panjshir province, where the "Resistance Front" led by Ahmed Masood was fighting the Taliban.

In a statement on Twitter, Zabihullah Mujahid assured the people of Panjshir that no retaliation would be taken against them. "Everyone is our brother. We will work together for one country and one goal.

It added: "With this victory, the whole country has come out of the war, so now we can live in freedom, sovereignty and prosperity."

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Panjshir province is the last enemy of the mercenary enemy and it has been completely conquered.

According to the Associated Press (AP), at least four chartered planes at the airport in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif have not been allowed to fly for several days. These planes were to evacuate a few hundred Afghans who wanted to leave the country after the Taliban took control of the country.

 to the AP, contradictory statements were made by the authorities on Sunday regarding the obstruction of this work.

According to Afghan officials, they are not allowing the planes to fly because there are some Afghan nationals who do not have passports so they cannot leave the country.

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A senior Republican on the US House Foreign Affairs Committee said "there are Americans among the passengers and the Taliban are not allowing them to fly, which means they have been taken hostage."

In a fierce clash between the Taliban and the Ahmad Masood-led National Resistance Front (NRF) in Afghanistan 's Panjshir Valley , two key resistance leaders were killed and an immediate ceasefire was called by the NRF. And negotiations have been demanded.

A tweet from the NRF's Twitter handle said the dead included resistance army spokesman Fahim Dashti and militant commander General Abdul Wadud Zara, who were killed in the fight against the Taliban.

The other leaders killed in the Northern Alliance were close associates, top advisers and army commanders. The Resistance Front has also confirmed his death.

On the other hand, the Taliban have reported progress in the fighting in Panjshir, and pro-Taliban Twitter handles are being asked to be prepared for the news of Panjshir's victory from time to time.

According to the French news agency AFP, after the heavy casualties in the fighting with the Taliban over the weekend, the resistance front has demanded an immediate ceasefire, after which talks with the Taliban will be held and the decision of the Ulema Council. The matter will be resolved in the light.

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