September 29, 2021

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Really wanted to negotiate: Taliban send “hundreds of militants” to Pondicherry Valley

Really wanted to negotiate
The Taliban are sending “hundreds of fighters” to the Punjab Valley

It is considered a stronghold of resistance in Afghanistan: the Pondicherry Valley. During the first rule of the Taliban, they were able to prevent attacks in the province, and now radical Islamist militants want to bring them under their control. Although it has been said before that it is ready to negotiate.

After coming to power in Afghanistan, the extremist Islamic Taliban must take control of the Punjir Valley, now known as the stronghold of the rebels. “Hundreds of militants have made efforts in Punjir province along the way” to bring them under control even after local government officials have refused to hand them over in peace, “the Taliban wrote on Twitter.

After the Taliban’s conquest of Islamist control, the Banjir Valley became one of the few areas in Afghanistan. The valley is considered a stronghold of resistance because it was not taken over by Soviet troops or the Taliban. Ahmed Masood, the son of the famous Taliban and a militant enemy, is currently trying to form a protest group there. You should have joined the former members of the Afghan forces who fled to Punchsheer due to the Taliban attack.

Ali Maisam Nazari, a spokesman for anti-Taliban forces, said 9,000 militants should be formed. Dozens of personnel and several armored SUVs were spotted during a military training session for the group on Saturday. Masood today warned the Taliban against launching an attack in the Punjir Valley. “The Taliban will not be able to survive long if they continue on this path,” he told Al-Arabija television. “We are ready to defend Afghanistan and we warn that there will be bloodshed.”

There was talk of getting ready for conversation

Masood had previously said that peace talks would be held with the Taliban. “We want to make it clear to the Taliban that negotiations can bring us forward,” he said in a telephone conversation from his stronghold in the Pondicherry Valley. It is located north of Kabul. “We do not want war to break out.” However, if the Islamists invade his territory, his fighters are ready to resist.

காபூலில் உள்ள ரஷ்ய தூதர் தலிபான்களும் பேச்சுவார்த்தைக்கு தயாராக இருப்பதாக அறிவித்திருந்தார். தூதுவர் டிமிட்ரி ஷிர்னோவ் ரஷ்ய அரசு தொலைக்காட்சியில், தலிபான்கள் புஞ்சீர் பள்ளத்தாக்கின் தலைவர்களுக்கும் மக்களுக்கும் ஒரு செய்தியை வழங்கும்படி கேட்டதாக கூறினார். Taliban “a peaceful solution to the situation, wants to see, for example, by a political agreement. The Taliban do not want bloodshed and are ready to negotiate.”

Masood’s father repulsed attacks by the Taliban from 1996 to 2001, preventing the Taliban from capturing the province of Punjab. In addition to the bitter opposition of the Northern Alliance, this was due to the geographical location – the entrance to the valley was narrow and easy to defend. Since then, the Bunjir Valley has been the center of resistance against the Taliban. Last Wednesday, Masood wrote in a guest article in the Washington Post: “Anti-Mujahideen resistance against the Taliban is just beginning. But we need help.” He asked the United States and its democratic allies for weapons, ammunition and supplies. “You are the only hope for the rest of us.”

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