Pakistan’s intervention in Panjshir is rumored, Taliban spokesman

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has vehemently denied reports of Pakistan’s involvement in the Panjshir Valley. 

Announcing the interim government’s cabinet, the Taliban spokesman said Pakistan’s intervention in Panjshir was a rumor. 

It is believed that the Taliban claimed to have attacked and captured Panjshir, which is considered invincible in Afghanistan, but this claim has been rejected by the resistance forces. 

In this regard, an Indian news channel spread anti-Pakistan propaganda on social media. However, when it was exposed by social media users, the channel also apologized for hiding its face after the truth came out to the world. 

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However, during a press conference today, a journalist also asked Zabihullah Mujahid about the action taken by Pakistan in Panjshir. He categorically denied the rumors circulating about the interference of the neighboring country. 

A Taliban spokesman said Pakistan’s intervention in Panjshir was a rumor.

At the same time, Zabihullah Mujahid also said that we do not allow any kind of interference.

He described his war against the United States and its allies and the operation in Panjshir as “we acted independently.”

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Zabihullah Mujahid said that we were capable of fighting in Afghanistan against the countries which had occupied this country.

He also said that we have fought for Islam and this country from all over the world.