“Taliban” declares control of the second largest district in Panjshir

The “Taliban” movement announced its control over the second largest area in the state of Panjshir, which is still the last outpost of the anti-Taliban resistance in the country.

“The large and strategic Bryan district of Panjshir has been completely cleared of criminal formations, and it is the second largest district in Panjshir,” the spokesman for the “Taliban” Hanafi Wardak said on his Twitter account today, Friday.

The elements of the movement opened fire in the sky of the Afghan capital, Kabul, to celebrate the movement’s control of the province of Panjshir, the stronghold of the “Afghan Resistance Front”, while it was reported that Ahmed Masoud and Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh left the country for Tajikistan.

“By the grace of Allah Almighty, we are in control of the entire Afghanistan. The troublemakers have defeated and Panjshir is now under our command,” said one Taliban commander.

Earlier in the day, the “Taliban” and the “National Resistance Front” both announced that they had made field progress at the expense of each other in Panjshir.