Taliban inflicted heavy losses in Afghanistan air strikes

Taliban- The planned ban caused a lot of damage to extremist groups during airstrikes by US and Afghan forces at night on Taliban bases in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province. Officials said on Wednesday that the action was taken after the Taliban captured most of the provincial capital of Lashkar Gah.

Taliban escalate conflict

As the conflict escalates, the United Nations and human rights organizations have urged both sides to avoid harming the lives of civilians. They have escalated the conflict in recent months after US and NATO troops withdrew from the war-torn country. The extremist group has largely taken control of rural areas and is now pointing its guns at cities.

Taliban damage in Lashkar Gah

Ghulam Wali Afghan, an Afghan lawmaker from Helmand province, said reports have been received from relatives and supporters living in Lashkar Gah that bodies are scattered in the streets, people are hiding in their homes and for fear that they won’t even come out. to pick up the bodies. Eh. The Defense Ministry said on Wednesday after the night of heavy airstrikes that the Talibani had sustained significant damage in Lashkar Gah, although that statement has yet to be confirmed. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid denied any damage.

On the other hand, Afghan Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar met with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and called for an emergency session of the United Nations Security Council. Atmar says the United Nations and international brotherhood should play an important role in stopping the tragedy resulting from Taliban violence and atrocities.

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