Taliban enter Panshir. Their spokesperson Bilal Karimi reported on Twitter, explaining that the police headquarters and the district center of Rukhah ” were captured this afternoon ”. The entry took place in the capital Bazarak, the only area not yet under their control in Afghanistan. In the clashes, “numerous elements of the enemy were killed and wounded”. The Taliban also claimed to have taken control of “many weapons, vehicles and ammunition” and “now the fighting is raging in the provincial capital”. The valley, 80 kilometers north of Kabul, is 115 kilometers long and was controlled by Massoud’s men and former Vice President Saleh. ” We now live in a completely independent Afghanistan. The new government will be announced very soon, ” said Anaamullah Samangani, a member of the Taliban’s cultural commission, saying that now that foreign forces have left the country, there are no longer any obstacles to announcing the future government. It will be “an inclusive government” in which “everyone will see themselves represented”, said Samangani.
Meanwhile, the BBC reports that the policewoman, Banu Negar, was killed by the Taliban in the family home in front of her relatives in Firozkoh, the capital of the central province of Ghor. The British broadcaster cited the victim’s family as a source, while the Taliban have promised that the case will be investigated. Negar, who worked in the local prison, was eight months pregnant. The victim’s family members showed the BBC the photo of the victim’s body, while some witnesses refuse to speak fearing retaliation. However, one of them reported that the Taliban involved spoke Arabic. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) also claimed responsibility for the suicide attack launched this morning near a checkpoint in the southwestern region of Pakistan. about 20 kilometers from the city of Quetta. The three dead are three members of the Pakistani security forces. Meanwhile, the death toll rises to 20, including civilians.