afghanistan panjshir media reports said Taliban shot ex vp Amrullah Saleh brother

According to media reports, there was a violent clash between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance in Panjshir area on Thursday. During this, the Taliban captured Rohullah Saleh and killed him.

The situation in Afghanistan has been deteriorating ever since the Taliban took over. Meanwhile, news has emerged that the Taliban have killed Rohullah Saleh, the elder brother of their outspoken opponent and former Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh. It is said that the Taliban tied Rohullah Saleh’s hands and feet and made him naked and beat him with whips. After this, he slit his throat and roasted him with bullets.

According to media reports, there was a violent clash between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance in Panjshir area on Thursday. Meanwhile, Rohullah Saleh was trying to go to Kabul. Then the Taliban captured him. The Taliban then stripped him naked and beat him with whips and slit his throat. Not only this, even after slitting his throat, Taliban fighters gunned him down. Because of which he died. Although this news has not been officially confirmed yet, nor has the former Vice President made any statement regarding this.

Several media reports have also claimed that the Taliban fighter has also released a video of the place from where Amrullah Saleh had issued a video statement a few days ago saying that he was still in Panjshir. It is also being said that the Taliban have also captured the place where Amrullah Saleh was staying. However, Jansatta Online does not confirm these claims.

Let us tell you that the Taliban had also claimed to have captured Panjshir in the past. The only province that remained was the battle for control over the last several days between the Taliban and the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRFA) fighters. NRFA is headed by Ahmed Masood. However, the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan had denied these claims.

Foreign journalists have also started leaving Afghanistan after the Taliban’s capture. German international broadcasting company Deutsche Welle (DW) has said that 10 of its correspondents have left Afghanistan for Pakistan. Earlier, the company had failed to get its correspondents out of Kabul by air. Deutsche Welle said in a statement Friday that its journalists, including a female correspondent, managed to escape from Afghanistan on Thursday. The company did not specify how the correspondents escaped, but clarified that due to various reasons, it was not possible to evacuate them by air. The group of journalists waited outside Kabul airport for several days. .(with AP inputs)

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