Afghan Army chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai has postponed a go to to India this week amid the offensive by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Ahmadzai was scheduled to go to India on July 27 to satisfy senior political and navy management, sources stated.
The cancellation of the go to comes as Afghanistan is witnessing a surge in violence. Taliban has intensified its offensive towards civilians, Afghan defence and safety forces as overseas forces are withdrawing from the war-torn nation.
As the Taliban have taken management of a number of districts throughout the nation, US intelligence assessments have steered the nation’s civilian authorities might fall to the phobia group inside months of US forces withdrawing.
Meanwhile, Afghan officers have accused Pakistan of extending help to Taliban terrorists and offering secure haven to them.
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan within the first half of 2021 reached file ranges with over 1,659 folks killed and three,254 others wounded, based on a UN company.
In current weeks, the Taliban have carried out lethal assaults towards Afghan forces and civilians.
Since May, the phobia group has taken management of essential border crossings with Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Pakistan.
The Taliban now declare to regulate about half of the nation’s roughly 400 districts. However, verifying such claims is tough.
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