The brutal face of the Taliban has once again been exposed in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Taliban fighters opened fire to disperse the crowd gathered at an anti-Pakistan rally here. However, there is no news of any casualty in this firing at the moment.
According to news agency AFP, more than 70 people were protesting outside the Pakistani embassy in Kabul. A large number of women were also involved in this. Some videos of this protest have surfaced, in which protesters were heard shouting slogans like 'Pakistan Murdabad' and 'Panjshir Zindabad'.
In videos shared by local journalists in Kabul, hundreds of Afghan men and women can be seen carrying anti-Pakistan banners, raising slogans such as "Azadi, Azadi" and "Pakistan ki maut", "ISI ki maut".
In fact, Afghans are outraged by the Taliban's drone attack in the Panjshir battle and ISI head Faiz Hamid's visit to Kabul. The international fraternity has also criticized it. People of Afghanistan are protesting against Pakistan at different places in Kabul.
World outrage over Pakistan's 'sin', for the first time Afghan women demonstrated at night
Although women have been demonstrating for their rights in different cities of Afghanistan for the last several days, but for the first time in Kabul, there have been demonstrations at night.
Apart from Kabul, slogans of 'Pakistan Murdabad' have been raised by taking out rallies in Washington, USA. People have demanded a fresh ban on Pakistan.
Ahmed Masood, who is leading the National Resistance Force (NRF) ie Northern Alliance in Panjshir, has also said that the Pakistan Air Force is continuously attacking so that the Taliban can move forward. Now our real fight is with Pakistan because Pakistan Army and ISI are leading the Taliban in the war. At the same time, Afghanistan's Vice President Amrullah Saleh has also said many times that Pakistan is providing all kinds of help to the Taliban. The Taliban was able to capture Afghanistan only with the help of Pakistan.
Pakistan's intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Faiz Hamid went on a visit to Kabul, while on the other hand his special battalion, shoulder to shoulder with the Taliban, is wreaking havoc on the National Resistance Front (NRF) warriors. This has created anger against Pakistan all over the world.
There is a demand on social media to even impose an international ban on Pakistan. People are considering it 'Pakistan's sin in Panjshir' as a war crime.