The Taliban are advancing rapidly in Afghanistan. Taliban fighters have captured civilian homes in the town of Ghazni and are taking a stand against the security forces. According to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn report, officials said on Monday that the situation was getting serious here.
Earlier, it was reported that the Taliban, who claim control of 85% of the country, have also stepped up operations in Kandahar, citing the possibility of deepening their war with the Afghan army.
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According to Hassan Rezayi, a member of the Ghazni provincial council, the Taliban took refuge in civilian homes and attacked Afghan security forces from there. Because of this, it becomes difficult to take action against him. At the same time, fighting continues in Kandahar on both sides. Ghazni comes on the main road between Kaabil and Kandahar. At the same time, the Taliban occupied the Afghan borders with Iran, Turkmenistan, China, Tajikistan and Pakistan.
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Given the situation, India has had to withdraw around 50 diplomats and security personnel from Kandahar due to the deteriorating security situation. At least 50 diplomats and security personnel from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police were reportedly brought back to Delhi by sending a special Indian Air Force flight. However, this claim has not been officially confirmed.
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At present, the Indian Embassy in Kabul and the Consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif in Balkh Province are open. Officials say those officers will be fired when the situation improves. Some people may even be sent to the Kabul embassy. With the departure of the US military from the country, it has also been reported that the Taliban are fighting with Pakistan-backed terrorist organizations. In such a situation, the concern for India increases even more.