The world has been sleeping with Afghanistan for days, so to speak, with the Taliban entering Kabul on Sunday.
As a new one is added to the region’s news hourly, there are also notable developments regarding the resistance movement launched against the Taliban.
According to information from the New York Post, the anti-Taliban coalition is gathering in Panjshir province, about 160 kilometers from Kabul.
It is specified that the last order of the Afghan government, which lost the administration to the benefit of the Taliban, was to move many heavy weapons to this province.
In the latest footage of the area, we see that there are government helicopters in the province and heavily armed insurgents keep the city safe.
In the same images, we see that armed military jeeps of the Humvee type belonging to the Afghan security forces are gathered in front of the stadium in the province.
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Amrullah Saleh is presented as the new leader of the resistance against the Taliban.
However, the number of combatants and the size of the military might in the province are not clearly known. Known as the “last bastion of resistance,” the province made a name for itself with its fight against the Taliban during the civil war of the 1990s.
THE SON OF ‘LEGENDARY TALK’ LIGHTS THE FIRST FIRE!
Amrullah Salih, son of Ahmad Shah Mesud, remembered for his fight against the Taliban and known as the “legendary commander”, sparked resistance against the Taliban yesterday.
Declaring himself interim president after President Ghani fled the country, Saleh settled in Panjshir province and challenged the Taliban, so to speak.
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Saleh said he would not surrender to the Taliban and vowed to fight. Salih made the following statements in his written statement on his Twitter account;
“I will not disappoint the millions of people who listen to me. I will never be under the same roof as the Taliban again. NEVER.’