The Taliban have declared the end of the war in Afghanistan. Its fighters have captured the capital, Kabul, and President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. Along with this, the US Army is in possession of Kabul Airport, but there is such a large crowd of people, that the US Army had to fire to control it.According to the information received, there are reports of 5 people being killed in the firing done by the US Army to remove the people.
The streets of Kabul were silent on Monday, but the international airport was a picture of chaos and panic as Afghans desperate to leave the country gathered at the airport with huge crowds.A spokesman for the Taliban’s political office said the group did not want to remain isolated and that the type and form of the new government in Afghanistan would be clarified soon. Mohamed Naeem also called for peaceful international relations.
He said, “Thank God, the war is over in the country. We have reached what we wanted, which is the freedom of our country and the freedom of our people. We can’t use our land to anyone. We will not allow it to be targeted, we do not want to harm others.”
A Taliban leader told Reuters news agency that Taliban fighters were regrouping from different provinces and would wait until foreign forces leave before forming a new regime.The leader, who requested anonymity, says Taliban fighters have been ordered to allow Afghans to resume daily activities and do nothing to intimidate civilians. Normal life will continue in a much better way, that’s all I can say for now.