#Kabul: The Taliban are not allowing food and fuel to enter The current self-proclaimed acting president of Afghanistan, Amrullah Saleh, said in a tweet. The Taliban are desperate to occupy the Andarab Valley, the gateway to Panjshir in Northern Baghlan Province. Here a resistance force has been formed against the Taliban under the leadership of Ahmad Massoud Amrullah is also the “acting” president
The Taliban have not yet captured the Afghan province Ahmed Masood, the son of the late anti-Taliban Mujahideen leader Ahmad Shah Massoud, has now formed his own force to stop the Taliban. However, the current situation there is very bad Amrullah tweeted, “Taliban are blocking access to food and fuel in the Andarab Valley. People here are in dire straits. Thousands of women and children have fled to the mountains. For the past two days, the Taliban have been abducting children and adults from their homes.” He has been assigned to search the door. “
Talibs aren’t allowing food & fuel to get into Andarab valley. The humanitarian situation is dire. Thousands of women & children have fled to mountains. Since the last two days Talibs abduct children & elderly and use them as shields to move around or do house search.
– Amrullah Saleh (@ AmrullahSaleh2) August 23, 2021
Earlier, Saleh had warned the Taliban against entering Panjshir On Sunday, Saleh wrote in a tweet, “The Taliban are trapped in the jungles of the Andarab Valley, the entrance to Panjshir, with huge forces. Resistance forces have already closed the Salang Highway.” “This valley must be avoided, I will take care of you,” he told the Taliban.
Talibs have massed forces near the entrance of Panjshir a day after they got trapped in ambush zones of neighboring Andarab valley & hardly went out in one piece. Meanwhile Salang highway is closed by the forces of the Resistance. “There are terrains to be avoided”. See you.
– Amrullah Saleh (@ AmrullahSaleh2) August 22, 2021
On the other hand, the United Nations (UN) human rights organizations have warned that they are unable to provide emergency supplies to Afghanistan. He pleaded that a “humanitarian airbridge” should be built immediately so that medicines and other emergency supplies could be sent to the country without any hindrance. Richard Brennan, the World Health Organization’s regional director, said 500 tonnes of drugs were due to be shipped this week. But that is not becoming possible