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Taliban in preparation to win Afghanistan without fighting a war, America also surprised by the plan of terrorists

 

Highlights

  • Taliban gets big strategic edge in Afghanistan
  • Taliban capture most of the country’s border posts
  • There may be a severe shortage of food and petroleum products in Kabul

Kabul
After the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan Taliban The fighters of K are preparing to win without a fight. The Taliban is now sitting more firmly on the border post in Afghanistan than the government in Kabul. In such a situation, it is feared that this terrorist organization is preparing to occupy the country strategically without causing much bloodshed. Trade has come to a halt at border posts controlled by the Taliban. In such a situation, the Afghan government is facing a huge loss of revenue. Apart from this, there is a shortage of food and drink in the capital Kabul due to supply disruption.

Taliban capture most of Afghanistan’s border
The Taliban have captured major highways and border posts in Herat, Farha, Kandahar, Kunduz, Takhar and Badakhshan provinces connecting Pakistan, Iran, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Imports and exports of $2.9 billion are done through these routes. The Ashraf Ghani government of Afghanistan is currently occupying border posts with Iran and Pakistan in Nangarhar, Paktya, Paktika, Khost and Nimroj provinces. The total value of trade through these routes is around $2 billion. Even America is shocked by this well thought out plan of terrorists. Many experts in the US military have also warned about the increasing power of the Taliban.

Former Mujahideen hold weapons to support Afghan forces in their fight against Taliban, on the outskirts of Herat province (2).

War continues between Taliban and Afghan army
Fierce fighting has erupted over the occupation of two border posts with Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Taliban fighters and government forces have been fighting for several days to consolidate their dominance in Jowjan and Balkh provinces. Surrounded by land, Afghanistan is bordered by Iran to the west, Pakistan to the east and south, and Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to the north. A narrow Wakhan Strip in the northeast with the northern regions of Pakistan connects Afghanistan with the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China.

Kabul on the verge of battling food shortage
These neighboring countries give Afghanistan access to the sea and handle most of the trade. Experts monitoring Afghanistan’s war believe that the Taliban is increasingly working on strategically shutting off the Afghan government’s resources used for administration, war, energy and even food. Taliban fighters have reached the capital Kabul. The Taliban fired several rockets during the presidential prayers in Kabul a day before Eid-ul-Azha. The fall of these rockets in the Green Zone, which is considered very safe, has instilled fear in the minds of people about Taliban.

Former Mujahideen hold weapons to support Afghan forces in their fight against Taliban, on the outskirts of Herat province.

Afghan government will not last long!
Asia Times quoted Jan Achakzai, a former adviser to the Balochistan provincial government of Pakistan, as claiming that Afghanistan’s Ashraf Ghani government would not last long. The Taliban have closed strategically important lines. Not only this, the supply line has also come to a standstill due to the control of the Taliban on the borders. He said that the balance of power in Afghanistan appears to be increasingly tilted in favor of the Taliban.

Taliban occupying the border with efficient strategy
Analysts expect the capital Kabul and other government-controlled areas to soon face severe food and energy shortages if the Taliban continues to aggressively capture borders. They believe that the Taliban is occupying the borders as an efficient strategy. Its purpose is to force the de facto surrender of the government.

Former Mujahideen keeps watch at a check post as he holds a weapon to support Afghan forces in their fight against Taliban, on the outskirts of Herat province.

There will be a huge increase in the revenue of the Taliban
They believe that the Taliban will soon start levying heavy duties and taxes on export and import goods. He did the same thing in 1990 when Afghanistan was controlled by the Taliban. This will increase the revenue of the Taliban and they will be able to continue the war with the government for a long time. In such a situation, this strategy of Taliban is going to be very heavy for the Afghan army and government.

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