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By Tharini Ilanchezhian

Taliban has claimed for complete power over the nation as they entered the city of Kabul on sunday. Soon after Taliban's seize Ghani quietly left the country and didn't even tell other political leaders who had been negotiating a peaceful transition of power with the Taliban that he was heading for the exit. Malala Yusufzai has expressed her worry as the Taliban have taken over the state which may be a threatening factor to the safety of women, minorities and human rights advocates.


The young human rights activist was shot in head by Taliban terrorists for campaigning regarding the importance of education for girls in Pakistan, which made to the whole world turn its heads to this issue and the need of immediate help to be provided to the civilians.

The Nobel Peace Prize winner said that she has been completely shocked to watch the Taliban take over Afghanistan. This generated a deep worry in the minds of the world citizens. She called out for the Local, regional and global powers highlighting the importance of call for an immediate action and provides emergency humanitarian aid to protect the civilians and refugees.

Zabihulla Mujahid, the Taliban spokesman stated that they waited with patience outskirts of the city with patience when talks were going on with the western-backed government for a peaceful surrender. He also said that the Taliban fighters were to be placed in all the entrances of Kabul until a peaceful and satisfactory transfer of power is agreed.

With the past experiences with Taliban, the world knows their rule that is particular about keeping girls out of educational institutions and extreme punishments such as amputation, stoning and hanging for any sort of violation.

Another spokesperson Suhail Shaheel, on talking about their rise to power, said that they, as a group, would protect the rights and interests of women and provide the media workers and diplomats with liberty.

Mr. Ghani's location still kept unknown, a senior Interior Ministry official said that his position was uncertain. The Taliban said that they were checking on his whereabouts. On the other hand, some social media users in the local have labelled his as a 'coward' for leaving them amidst chaos.


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