Afghanistan Crisis: Taliban fires shots at an anti-Pakistan rally in Kabul, group of women ask for their representation in new govt.

Publish Date: 08 Sep, 2021 |
 

Afghanistan Crisis:

Various rallies are taking place from Kabul and in America against Pakistan for helping the Taliban to occupy Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the news of the Taliban opening fire on people protesting against Pakistan in Kabul has emerged. People are furious about outside interference in Afghanistan due to the visit of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI chief Faiz Hameed to Kabul.

According to the information, a large number of people demonstrated against the chief of Pakistan and ISI near the President's Palace in Kabul. During this, the Taliban fighters present there started firing. So far there have been no reports of casualties or injuries.


On the other hand, women in the Balkh province of Afghanistan have demanded their representation in the future government of the country. A women's organization says that this is the right way to recognize the contribution of women in the last twenty years. The protesting women said that Afghan women should have an active partnership in the government. There is no sense in forming a new government without women.


It must be noted that the Taliban has assured to announce the formation of a new government in Afghanistan soon. There are reports of invitations from the Taliban to countries like Pakistan, China, Russia, Iran, Qatar, and Turkey for the swearing-in ceremony of the new government.

 

It must be noted that China is working closely with the Taliban and has kept its embassy in Kabul running along with Pakistan and Russia. Its ambassador in Kabul, Wang Yu, also met Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanifi, the deputy head of the Taliban's political office, on Monday.


 

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