Since the Taliban assumed responsibility for the country at the end of the week and shut land line intersections, the capital’s air terminal has turned into the lone way out of the country for some.
In any case, the aggressors have said they don’t need Afghans to leave the country. They have set up designated spots on Airport Road – displayed in yellow, beneath – the primary course to Hamid Karzai International Airport, and have assaulted individuals.
The savagery has left 12 individuals nearby, dead – killed by shots or in charges – since Sunday, an unknown Taliban official disclosed to Reuters news office, which means the excursion to the air terminal is an inexorably deceptive one.
Inside the dividers of the air terminal compound, in excess of 4,000 US troops are in impermanent control. Outside, vigorously furnished Taliban contenders currently ring the border, producing an air of dread.
The assailants are apparently forestalling Afghans – incorporating a portion of those with visas – from getting to the landing area.
In any case, even before individuals escaping arrive at the edge of the air terminal, they are being assaulted on the way, witnesses say.
A reporter for the LA Times paper saw many Taliban discharging into the air, pointing weapons at groups and utilizing sticks and rope to lash regular folks as they attempted to make their departure.
Groups have additionally been gathering along the air terminal’s border toward the north of the city – found in the guide above – in the course of recent days, with reports of a charge harming 17 individuals on Wednesday. Many have been attempting to move over security barriers and there are reports of shots being discharged.
Among the groups are families with youngsters, a large number of whom have not approached food and drink for quite a long time, journalists on the ground say. The film shared via online media showed youngsters being ignored as a divider to unfamiliar officers in the expectation they could possibly get away.
Although the Taliban have said Afghans should stay in the country they have also claimed they are facilitating a safe exit for both foreigners and locals. “We are preventing any form of violent, verbal clash at the airport among Afghans, foreigners and Taliban members,” an official said.