Source:- India Today
As intense fighting between insurgents and resistance fighters occurred in Afghanistan's Andarab province, the Taliban's Banu district leader was reportedly murdered, along with three of his associates.
Fifty Taliban fighters were killed and 20 others were taken prisoner in an ambush in Afghanistan's Fajr area. Meanwhile, one resistance member was murdered and six others were injured.
Taliban fighters have ringed central Panjshir province and are seeking a diplomatic solution.
According to a Reuters storey, Taliban fighters have recovered three districts in northern Afghanistan that were lost to local militia groups last week, according to a spokesman.
Local militia groups seized the districts of Bano, Deh Saleh, and Pul e-Hesar in Baghlan province, marking one of the first displays of armed opposition to the Taliban since their conquest of Kabul on August 15.
According to spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid's Twitter account, Taliban fighters had cleansed the districts and established themselves in Badakhshan, Takhar, and Andarab near the Panjshir valley by Monday.
Ahmad Massoud's forces have established themselves in the Panjshir valley, a mountainous area northwest of Kabul that resisted the Taliban before 2001. Ahmad Massoud is the son of anti-Soviet mujahideen commander Ahmad Shah Massoud.
Massoud, whose forces comprise elements of the regular army and special forces, has called for talks to build an inclusive government for Afghanistan, but has promised to fight back if Taliban forces attempt to enter the valley.
The Taliban's Alemarah information service stated hundreds of fighters were marching into Panjshir late Sunday, but no fighting has yet been confirmed.
The Salang Pass, on the key highway flowing from southern Afghanistan to the north, was open, according to Zabihullah Mujahid, and enemy forces were blockaded in the Panjshir valley. However, his statement implied that there would be no fighting for the time being.
"The Islamic Emirate is trying to resolve the problems peacefully," Zabihullah stated.
Source:- India Today
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