Taliban Orders Mujahideen to Enter Kabul to ‘Prevent Chaos and Theft’

Lahore, 15th August: Taliban orders its Mujahideen of the ‘Islamic Emirate’ to enter the Afghanistan capital, Kabul to prevent chaos and theft in the city.

According to details pouring in, shortly after the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country, the Taliban ordered its fighters to peacefully take over the capital city Kabul to prevent chaos and theft.

According to sources, the Taliban say that the Mujahideen do not intend to enter Kabul through war or force, and the Taliban are in talks with Afghan officials for a peaceful surrender of Kabul.

Taliban Enter Afghan Capital Kabul: Officials Report

A news outlet by the name of Disclose. tv announced the news on its Twitter page. It wrote, “Taliban orders its Mujahideen of the “Islamic Emirate” to enter #Kabul in order “to prevent chaos and theft” shortly after President Ghani fled the country..”

While Baaghi TV reported that the Taliban has entered the gates of the capital city Kabul. Soon after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani left the country along with his close aides.

Ashraf Ghani Flees to Tajikistan after Taliban clashes

Meanwhile, two sources confirmed that President Ashraf Ghani has left the country for Tajikistan after the Taliban entered the city on Sunday.

Sources also revealed that Ashraf Ghani has reached Tajikistan and his close aides including cabinet members, generals and some other key political figures.

Ashraf Ghani’s Cabinet and Officials Ready to Flee the Country

It is to be remembered that earlier today, acting defense minister Bismillah Mohammadi said that the president has handed the authority to solve the country’s crisis to political leaders.

It is believed that after 20 years, the Taliban have started re-entering the Afghan capital Kabul. The Afghan Interior Ministry has also confirmed that the Taliban are entering Kabul from all sides.

Taliban Delegation Enters Afghan Presidential Palace

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