Kabul. After 20 years in Afghanistan, the Taliban have once again returned at gunpoint. After various cities, Taliban fighters headed towards Kabul yesterday, at first the Taliban fighters stayed on the outskirts of Kabul but in the evening they entered the city, after which the chaos in Kabul increased further. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani had left Kabul yesterday in the midst of odd circumstances. According to reports received from sources, apart from Ashraf Ghani, people close to him have also gone out of Afghanistan.
Taliban captures Rashtrapati Bhavan
Taliban fighters entered Afghanistan’s Rashtrapati Bhavan as soon as Ashraf Ghani left the Taliban. The Taliban now occupies the Rashtrapati Bhavan of Afghanistan. Video footage broadcast on al-Jazeera channel showed a large group of Taliban fighters inside the presidential palace in the capital, Kabul.
Fighters checking vehicles stopping on the streets of Kabul
Taliban fighters are seen on the streets of Kabul city, being shared on social media, stopping cars and other vehicles and checking them.
Security missing from Kabul airport
According to the information given by the reporters of various media institutions till late night, security personnel were absent from Hamdi Karzai Airport in Kabul. There is an atmosphere of chaos at the airport, thousands of Afghan citizens are also present at the airport to leave the country.
America will send 6 thousand soldiers in 48 hours
For the security of Afghanistan airport, America will send 6 thousand soldiers within 48 hours and will take over the air traffic control of Kabul. In the coming days, America will evacuate its citizens and its helpful Afghans from the city of Kabul.
France moving its embassy from Kabul to the airport
France is currently relocating the French embassy in Kabul to Abu Dhabi airport to evacuate all its citizens from Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement on Sunday that troops and aircraft would be deployed to the United Arab Emirates in the coming hours.
British soldiers arrive in Kabul to bring back British citizens
Britain’s Defense Ministry has said that British soldiers have reached there to bring the people of the country out of Kabul and bring them home. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday after chairing a meeting of the emergency committee of the Cabinet that the priority is to get British citizens and Afghans who have helped British soldiers in Afghanistan over the past 20 years as soon as possible.