Video: Afghanistan’s national flag lowered in Kabul as the Taliban takes responsibility

Kabul: At dawn today, a grim era overshadowed Afghanistan when the Taliban actually took over the nation after conquering the capital Kabul. At the same time, a video widely circulated on social media platforms showed the Afghan flag being lowered in the Wazir Akbar Khan area of ​​Kabul, depicting a sad situation in what the Taliban has called the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’.Read also – Afghanistan crisis: Ashraf Ghani fled with 4 cars, helicopter full of cash, claims report

A video by the Associated Press was shared by TOLOnews, which showed that the Afghan national tricolor was sunk in Kabul when the Taliban took over. Read also – Kevin Pietersen feels Rashid Khan’s achievement most heartwarming story of a hundred under current circumstances

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A bustling metropolis of six million suddenly became a slow, male-dominated city with no police or traffic control, closed businesses and the Taliban patrolled every street. Just 48 hours ago, Kabul was crammed with cars and hundreds of people queuing outside banks, visa processing offices and travel agencies in the midst of the Taliban insurgency, but it has now almost come to a standstill.

Countries with embassies in Afghanistan have started an evacuation of their citizens and staff due to an uncertain future when President Ashraf Ghani left the country just before Kabul fell into the hands of the Taliban.

Air India — the only airline that has operated flights between India and Afghanistan — operated its last flight between Delhi and Kabul-Delhi on Sunday. The flight, scheduled for Monday, was canceled when Kabul airspace closed.

“Commercial operations from Kabul airport have been suspended today. This has forced a break in our repatriation efforts. We are awaiting resumption of flights to restart the process, ”says MEA.

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