In a 49-second clip, a jugaadoo swing was made by tying a thick rope to the wing of the Khatara plane. One of the fighters was enjoying sitting on it, while two Taliban were trying to give him more pleasure by pushing him from behind.
Crushed airplanes and other such aircraft have become a medium of entertainment for Taliban fighters in troubled Afghanistan, occupied by the Taliban. They were seen swinging by tying a hammock in them. A video related to the incident also surfaced, which was shared by a Chinese government official.
The handle of the Chinese government official Lijian Jao was accompanied by the video, “Cemetery of Empires and their War Machines. Taliban fighters have turned their planes into swings and toys…”
In the 49-second video he shared, a jugaadoo swing was made by tying a thick rope on the plane of the Khatara plane. One of the fighters was enjoying sitting on it, while two Taliban were trying to give him more pleasure by pushing him from behind.
Let us tell you that with the US Army leaving Afghanistan before the deadline, its warplanes and other machines present there were disabled. If defense experts and experts are to be believed, the US did this in the apprehension that Taliban fighters would not misuse it in future.
By the way, the withdrawal of US troops that ended a 20-year-old deployment there has opened up a huge opportunity for China in the region. A day after the Taliban announced its interim government, China called it the “end of anarchy”. Also announced assistance of 31 million US dollars to Afghanistan. This was the first aid announcement from China after the Taliban came to power. The Taliban also described China as their most important partner.
‘ETIM terrorists left Afghanistan’: The Taliban have informed China that ETIM militants from the restive Xinjiang province have left Afghanistan at their behest. Since seizing power in Kabul, the Taliban have been under heavy pressure from Beijing to rein in the regrouping of ETIM militants, as the troubled province borders Afghanistan. China has been expressing its concern about the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) fighting for the independence of Xinjiang province.