To Avoid Being Bloodshed: Ashraf Ghani leaves a Presidential palace
On Sunday, President Ashraf Ghani said that the Taliban had won the judgment of their guns and swords and were now responsible for their countrymen’s honor, property, and self-preservation.
The former US President, Trump, called on Joe Biden to resign Sunday after the rapid takeover of Afghanistan and Taliban fighters. The US troops pulled out of Afghanistan on Sunday after almost 20 years.
Trump released a statement saying that Joe Biden should resign in disgrace over what he allowed in Afghanistan.
Twenty years after their fall, the Taliban have retaken Afghanistan in a massive surge of force.
They arrived in Kabul on Sunday, two weeks ahead of the August 31 deadline that Biden had set for the American troop withdrawal from the country.
Trump brokered the deal with the Taliban in Doha 2020. This would have required the US to withdraw all troops by May 2021 in return for security guarantees from the Taliban.
Senior Taliban officials declared victory in Afghanistan and praised the “unrivaled feat of taking the capital Kabul and removing the president.
Mullah Baradar stated in a video that while the militants’ rise to power was unanticipatedly rapid, the “war in Afghanistan” is now over.
Suhail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesperson, told the Associated Press they are in talks to form an Islamic government that is inclusive and open to all.
This happened after the group seized the presidential palace in Kabul and 11 districts, prompting President Ashraf Ghani’s fleeing “bloodshed.”
British troops arrived in London to assist UK citizens who were being evacuated over the weekend. The Pentagon also ordered another 1,000 US personnel, and countries worldwide scrambled for their diplomats to leave the country.
After President Ashraf Ghani fled Afghanistan amid the Taliban’s rapid advance and the capture of 26 provincial capitals, they entered the palace.