Public’s Resistance Forces under Khair Muhammad Andarabi claim that they have captured Pol-e-Hesar, Deh Salah and Banu districts in Afghanistan. A number of Taliban fighters have reportedly been injured and killed.
The Public’s Resistance Forces under Khair Muhammad Andarabi have claimed that they captured Pol-e-Hesar, Deh Salah and Banu districts in Afghanistan’s Baghlan from the Taliban on Friday, as per local reporters.
A number of Taliban fighters were reportedly injured and killed, according to Afghan news agency Asvaka. According to sources, up to 60 Taliban fighters have been injured or killed.
The resistance forces have said that they are also advancing towards other districts. They said that the Taliban “did not act in the spirit of a general amnesty”.
In the video, people can be seen waving an Afghan flag from a rooftop.
Pol-e-Hesar district, which was reportedly recaptured by local resistance forces on Friday, is located to the north of Kabul and is close to the Panjshir valley. It is the Panjshir valley from where the Afghan resistance is mustering its forces against the Taliban.
The Panjshir province of Afghanistan is still free from the Taliban, even as the extremist group has taken over the country after the exit of US forces. Afghanistan’s former vice-president Amrulla Saleh, claiming to be the caretaker president of the nation, is attempting to form a resistance front against the Taliban from the Panjshir province.
Ahmed Massoud, son of slain anti-Taliban leader Ahmed Shah Massoud, is considered the commander of the resistance forces. According to some sources, Taliban representatives will be meeting Ahmed Massoud.