The leader of the resistance in Panjshir assures that he has been “steadfast until now” and that he will “never” stop fighting.
At least three people died early Saturday in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and three others were injured as the Taliban celebrated the alleged case of Panjshir province with shootings in the city.
After a day of confusing information about the fighting between the Taliban and the Resistance as the former announced their victory in Panjshir, supporters of the movement took to the streets of the capital to celebrate the alleged victory with gunfire, Taliban spokespersons said loudly the television broadcaster TOLO News has already been asked to refrain from doing this.
The fighting for control of the province has intensified in the last few days, especially on the last day, although the National Resistance Front of Panjshir Province has rejected the Taliban’s information, reports the Pajhwok news agency.
With that in mind, Resistance spokesman Fahim Dashti has insisted that there was no such fall after declaring that more troops were being deployed on all fronts and that the Taliban suffered significant losses in the clashes.
Dashti already denied information from the Taliban on Friday, in which they claimed to have taken over the Shutul district in the same province.
For his part, the resistance leader Ahmad Masud assured that “we will never stop fighting for God, freedom and justice” to point out that “the Panjshir resistance has remained firm until now”.
In a statement shared on his Facebook account, Masud added that this was not the only resistance to the Taliban in Afghanistan as provinces like Herat “have spoken out for their rights and shown that people do not renounce their rights and he will not give up his legitimate resistance and will. “
Former Afghan Vice President Amrulá Salé has also denied information about the Taliban’s victory in Panjshir and confirmed that he will remain in the province after information on his exit question was leaked.