Taliban pronounces the end of unfamiliar control of Afghanistan
The Taliban yesterday pronounced the finish of the “20 years of war” and “unfamiliar powers’ occupation” of the nation, as Afghan powers gave up and President Ashraf Ghani escaped the country.
“We will before long arrive at a settlement through which an Islamic government will be set up in the country,” representative Zabihullah Mujahid said in a public interview, focusing on that the security of unfamiliar international safe havens is essential to the Taliban and they will be totally ensured.
Mujahid reported an absolution for all Afghans, including previous military faculty and the individuals who worked with unfamiliar powers, and approached the global-local area to help the development just as counsel and convey its interests about the following Islamic government in Afghanistan.
Mujahid portrayed the great many regular citizen losses during the previous twenty years of battle as “inadvertent blow-back” who fell in the wake of the “attack”.
He likewise declared ladies will be permitted to study and work in accordance with Islamic Sharia laws.
Alluding to the opportunity of the press, he said that it will be ensured as long as news sources don’t struggle with Islamic qualities, broadcast whatever repudiates public interests and stay impartial.
Recently a senior authority revealed to Reuters that heads of the Taliban will show themselves to the world, not at all like during the previous 20 years when its chiefs have lived generally stealthily.
“Gradually, progressively, the world will see every one of our chefs, there will be no shadow of mystery,” the senior Taliban official, who declined to be recognized, said.
The authority said Taliban individuals had been requested not to commend their new breadth of the country, which carried them to the capital, Kabul, on Sunday, and added that regular citizens should surrender weapons and ammo.
The Taliban assumed responsibility for the capital Kabul and the official royal residence on Sunday after President Ashraf Ghani escaped the country. Many dread that their re-visitation of force following 20 years of the US-drove occupation could see the finish to ladies’ privileges and a re-visitation of a severe society.