On 12th July, India pulled out 50 Indians from Afghanistan. Amid the fight, many Indians were stuck in Afghanistan.
India has an embassy in Afghanistan where almost 50 people work. The embassy is in the capital of Kabul and consulates in Kandhar and Mazar. More than 500 consulates work there.
Therefore, India sent military aircraft to evacuate all the Indians from Afghanistan.
All other countries have also evacuated their people. Since such shifting of troops is not safe, people have decided to leave the country. Moreover, continuous gunfights becomes a very intense and risky place to live in.
What is happening in Afghanistan ?
Recently, United States withdrew all of their troops from the Afghanistan base. Almost 90 per cent of troops are withdrawn. Now the Taliban fighters have taken over after the US withdrew their troops. Hence, they are moving forward to take control over multiple districts. However
Moreover, the Taliban has claimed almost 85 per cent of Afghanistan in their control.
In the year 2001, the United States seized the Afghanistan base to raid all the terrorist bases.
Therefore, the Taliban has taken control after twenty years.
The shifting of troops have resulted in territorial crisis in the citizens. Moreover, the citizens are also facing a new wave of Covid-19 virus.
Soon the Taliban will attempt to put Kabul and other cities under siege. They are using assassination and intimidation to take over key districts surrounding provincial capitals.
This was all predicted. Results are already worse than the cost of maintaining the small multinational effort prior to the capitulation agreement with the Taliban to “end the endless war.” Wars don’t end when one party leaves.
Prospects of collapse in Afghanistan are increasing. The Taliban offensive in the north is to prevent a new anti-Taliban Northern Alliance. Many ANDSF forces are demoralized. SF and Commandos are becoming exhausted.
— H.R. McMaster (@LTGHRMcMaster) July 11, 2021