Kabul: In Afghanistan, the Taliban have imposed their own radical rules. Here those who break the rules are put to death. The Taliban have brutally killed 13 people in Nangarhar province. In Afghanistan, listening to music and wearing clothes of your choice is also forbidden under the Taliban regime. The Taliban made many promises after the occupation, but once again the era of killing civilians has started in Afghanistan. The people of Afghanistan are afraid of the rules of the Taliban. The Taliban have also banned listening to music and women’s voices on TV. Recently, at a wedding in Afghanistan, where 13 people were put to death for playing music. Former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh has given information about this incident on Twitter.
Former Vice President Amrulla Saleh gave information
Former Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh wrote on Twitter,Taliban Militants killed 13 people for turning off music at a wedding party in Nangarhar. We cannot express our anger just by condemning. For 25 years, Pakistan trained them to destroy Afghan culture and establish a hardline ISI rule by occupying our soil. who are doing their job now.
Saleh blames Pakistan
Amrullah Saleh further wrote in his tweet that resistance is a national necessity and we cannot express our anger by merely condemning. The former Vice President has blamed Pakistan for this brutality of the Taliban. He said that Pakistan trained them for 25 years to destroy Afghan culture and replace it with Inter-Services Intelligence-compliant bigotry to control our soil and now it is working now. Let us tell you that even before this, Saleh has targeted Pakistan. At the same time, according to media reports, the Taliban has said to arrest 2 people in this incident.
Afghans are paying the price
“This regime will not last long,” Saleh wrote. But unfortunately the Afghans will continue to pay the price till the end of it. People are supporting Saleh on social media. One user wrote that this incident is absolutely true but now there is no independent media in the country to report it. On the other hand, another user wrote that I agree, Pakistan is behind all this. At the same time, a user described both Taliban and ISIS as deadly for Muslims.
Pak allows Taliban ‘diplomats’ to secretly work in Afghan missions
Pakistan has quietly allowed Taliban-appointed ‘diplomats’ to take charge of the Afghan embassy and consulates here. Pakistan does not consider the Taliban to be the legitimate government in Kabul, but it still issued visas to Taliban-appointed ‘diplomats’. According to the Dawn newspaper news, Sardar Muhammad Shokaib has started working as First Secretary in the Afghan Embassy in Islamabad, while Hafiz Mohibullah, Mullah Ghulam Rasool and Mullah Muhammad Abbas have been appointed to the consulates of Afghanistan in Peshawar, Quetta and Karachi. Has been sent. Shokaib will effectively be in charge of Afghan affairs in Islamabad. Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Asim Iftikhar downplayed the news regarding the new appointments, saying it was an “administrative matter”.