Taliban raised flag on border with Pakistan

Taliban has raised its flag on the border with Pakistan.

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Taliban has raised its flag on the border with Pakistan.

Soon after the 90% withdrawal of the US forces, the Taliban take over is inevitable. Taliban has raised its flag on the border crossing with Pakistan on the territory occupied by it.

Videos being shared on social media show the white flag fluttering above the Spin Boldak crossing near Kandahar. Afghan officials have denied the post has fallen, although pictures on social media show the militants chatting to Pakistani border guards.

Taliban has taken over territories bordering China, Iran, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. Biden initially announced the removal of the troops from Afghanistan on Sept 11. However, the hasty withdrawal has left the world in concern.

The Taliban – a fundamentalist Islamist militia who were pushed out of power by the US invasion 20 years ago – has also seized control of several key roads as they seek to cut off supply routes to major cities. The border post dividing the Afghan town of Spin Boldak in Kandahar province on one side and the Pakistani town of Chaman on the other is the second busiest crossing between the countries.