Concern grows for Panjshir residents

Throughout the previous three weeks, Ahmad Massoud, the child of the late enemy of Taliban authority Ahmad Shah Massoud, has been driving the outfitted obstruction against Taliban rule in Panjshir, the solitary territory to sidestep the Taliban’s quick takeover of Afghanistan last month.

The 32-year-old, who was prepared at the British military institute Sandhurst, is emulating his dad’s example – the senior Massoud additionally drove a furnished obstruction against Taliban rule during the 1990s.

Yet, though the dad’s obstruction had the option to hand-off steady updates in a few dialects, Ahmad’s National Resistance Front (NRF) has confronted incredible trouble in conveying data from the northeastern territory since the Taliban remove telephone and Internet access last week.

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