- Throughout the most recent couple of weeks, the Taliban have caught a few locales in Afghanistan, including Takhar.
- Substantial conflicts are occurring between Afghanistan powers and the Taliban in a few Afghan urban areas.
- In Herat, where the UNAMA office was assaulted, individuals brought mottos up for the security powers.
Throughout the most recent couple of weeks, the Taliban have caught a few locales in Afghanistan, including Takhar, the country’s northeastern region.
As per most recent figures delivered by Afghan watchers (till August 3), the Taliban controls 140 territories, with 151 challenged and the public authority holding 131.
Substantial conflicts are occurring between Afghanistan powers and the Taliban in a few Afghan urban areas. Upwards of 28 occurrences have occurred as of now, as indicated by Afghan watchers.
No less than 40 regular citizens have been killed, and over 100 harmed in the said time-frame in battling between Afghan security powers and the Taliban in Lashkar Gah, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
Matiullah Khan, the police head of the Nawzad region of Helmand, was among those killed in Lashkar Gah and Imdadullah, a counsel of Nangarhar commonplace chamber who worked with US unique powers, was wiped out in Jalalabad, said Afghan watchers.
Afghan powers fought the Taliban in Lashkar Gah as the battle strengthened in the city in the southern Helmand area and the cutting edge was in District 1, where the US-directed an airstrike on Monday morning.
On Tuesday, a minister of international concerns Mohammad Haneef Atmar and the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, Deborah Lyons, talked about the infringement of basic freedoms by the Taliban in the country.
Atmar communicated worry over the heightening of Taliban assaults on populated urban areas and focuses including capital Kabul, neighbourhood news channels revealed, adding that he claimed the United Nations and the worldwide local area to pressure the Taliban against expanding offensives in the country.
Atmar recognised terror groups based in Pakistan as well as other terror organisations that support the Taliban. “Minister Atmar noted that the Taliban attacks were carried out in direct collusion with more than 10,000 regional terrorists from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Ansarullah, Jundallah, al-Qaeda, East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU),” according to an Afghan foreign ministry statement.
In the interim, the public help is ascending for Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF), battling the Taliban.
In Herat, where United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) office was assaulted, individuals brought mottos up for the security powers. Reports from nearby media say that there is no power in Herat for the previous six days.