Pakistan landed in Maidan-e-War for Taliban, PAK Air Force bombarded with drones to help win Panjshir!

Pakistan landed in Maidan-e-War for Taliban, PAK Air Force bombarded with drones to help win Panjshir!

Taliban militias ( Taliban Fighters) stated in the Panjshir was challenged by local insurgents or bombed by drones in Pakistan Air Force last stronghold Panjshir province of resistance forces, quoting former Smangn MP Gia Arianjad in a report on Sunday That Pakistani drones have bombed Panjshir using smart bombs.

Earlier on Sunday night, Faheem Dashti, spokesman for Ahmed Masood, who was leading the resistance movement against the Taliban, was killed during a fight with the Taliban in Panjshir. Ashwaka news agency reported that Ahmed Shah Masood's nephew and a former major Mujahideen commander, General Sahib Abdul Wadud Jhor, was also killed in the battle.

Call for ceasefire in Panjshir Valley

At the same time , the Facebook page of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan also made a statement, which said, "With deepest touch and regret, we lost two dear brothers and allies and fighters today. Faheem Dashti, head of the office of Amir Sahib Ahmed Masood, and General Sahab Abdul Wadud Zor, nephew of Afghanistan's national hero in the fight against the fascist group. Congratulations on your martyrdom!

Meanwhile, the Resistance Force in Panjshir Valley has called for a ceasefire as reports surfaced that they had suffered heavy losses in the fighting. The National Resistance Front has offered the Taliban to withdraw from Panjshir, and in return they will refrain from military action.

chaos in the country

It is known that since the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, there is an atmosphere of chaos in the whole country. Meanwhile, after the departure of America in Afghanistan, the process of forming the government has started. There is also a churning going on to recognize Taliban in the countries of the world. On the other hand, the evidence of nexus between the terrorist organization Taliban and terror haven Pakistan has started to be seen.

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WHO Director General expressed concern, said - Corona epidemic will end only when the world wants

WHO Director General expressed concern, said - Corona epidemic will end only when the world wants

The World Health Organization has said that the corona epidemic can be eliminated as soon as possible by effectively using the available health equipment, but this is not happening. The organization says that not all countries are using health equipment effectively. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanam Ghebreyesus, while addressing the World Health Summit in Berlin on Sunday, said that about 50 thousand people have died of corona in a week. In this way we will take a long time to end the corona epidemic.

"The pandemic will end when the world wants to end it," he said. It is in our hands. We have effective public health tools and effective medical equipment, but the world has not used those tools well. With nearly 50,000 deaths in a week, the pandemic is far from over.

The WHO chief said that 40 percent of the population of G20 countries have been vaccinated under the active COVAX mechanism and the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT). UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday called on G20 countries to help collect USD eight billion to ensure the fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.

Speaking at the World Health Summit in Berlin, Guterres said discussions were held with the WHO chief at the beginning of October for a reliable and affordable vaccination, so that by the end of this year 40 percent of the world's population and by the middle of 2022. To achieve the target of distributing vaccines to 70 percent of the people.

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