Taliban powers have recovered three areas in northern Afghanistan that tumbled to nearby local army bunches last week, a representative said on Monday.
The regions of Bano, Deh Saleh, Pul e-Hesar in Baghlan territory were taken by nearby civilian army bunches in one of the principal indications of equipped protection from the Taliban since their capture of the capital Kabul on Aug. 15.
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By Monday, Taliban powers had cleared the areas and were set up in Badakhshan, Takhar and Andarab close to the Panjshir valley, as per the Twitter record of representative Zabihullah Mujahid.
Powers faithful to Ahmad Massoud, child of the counter Soviet mujahideen authority Ahmad Shah Massoud, have laid down a good foundation for themselves in the Panjshir valley, an uneven region northwest of Kabul which opposed the Taliban before 2001.
Massoud, whose powers incorporate remainders of standard armed force and uncommon powers units, has called for exchanges to shape a comprehensive government for Afghanistan yet has vowed to oppose if Taliban powers attempt to enter the valley.
Late on Sunday, the Taliban’s Alemarah data administration said many contenders were going towards Panjshir however there has been no quick affirmation of any battling.
Zabihullah Mujahid said the Salang Pass, on the primary roadway running from southern Afghanistan toward the north, was open and foe powers were barricaded in the Panjshir valley. However, his assertion recommended that there was no battling for the occasion.
“The Islamic Emirate is attempting to determine the issues calmly,” Zabihullah said.