Taliban declares ‘war is over’ in Afghanistan

Image from ABP Taliban declares ‘war is over in Afghanistan.'

Taliban declares war is over in Afghanistan as Afghanistan is under their control.

The war is over in Afghanistan after Talibani militants stormed the presidential palace in Kabul and President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. On Sunday, Taliban insurgents arrived at the gates of Kabul and took the capital with little resistance.

Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem said, “Today is a great day for the Afghan people and the mujahideen [Taliban],”. Mohammad Naseem also said that “They have witnessed the fruits of their efforts and their sacrifices for 20 years. Thanks to God, the war is over in the country.”

The fall of Kabul to the Taliban had followed weeks of fighting between insurgents and Afghan forces across Afghanistan after the swift pull out of US forces this summer.

In recent weeks, key cities and regions across the country had come under the Taliban at unprecedented speed, and the capture of Kabul is seen to successfully seal their control of Afghanistan.

Afghan leaders said they had created a coordination council to meet with the Taliban and manage the transfer of power.

It has been ordered by Taliban militants to show “humility” and not to harm any people or property as they entered Kabul.

On Sunday Night President Ghani flew out of the country. In a Facebook post, President wrote that he doesn’t want any more bloodshed in the country.

If he had stayed in Afghanistan, countless people of the country would have been martyred and Kabul city would have been ruined.

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