Digital Desk, New Delhi. The Taliban government in Afghanistan, which is facing financial crisis, has been yearning for pie for some time. The Taliban, who are in discussions about their decisions and brutality in Afghanistan, are now grumbling in front of Tajikistan. The Taliban government, which occupied Afghanistan at gunpoint, is in a strange trouble this time. To get out of this trouble, Taliban is making many requests to its neighboring country.
The deal was canceled after Ghani left
According to the information received, the aid service amount was approved by the government of former President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan to fund a school for refugee children in Tajikistan for the betterment of the people. Which the Ghani government would send to Tajikistan. But before the money could be transferred, the Taliban captured Afghanistan and Afghan President Ghani fled the country, which stalled the deal. This money was to be used for the schooling of refugee children in Tajikistan. The deal was canceled by the Taliban government when Ghani fled Afghanistan, but the money was mistakenly transferred to Tajikistan. The deal took place in September, weeks after the Taliban took over Afghanistan, with claims that the amount was close to $400,000. At the same time, a website named Avesta, based out of Tajikistan’s capital Dushanbe, claims that the Taliban transferred $ 8 million, which is about 60 million in Indian currency, to the Afghan Embassy of Tajikistan, which it was not supposed to do. For weeks no talks were held with the Taliban-run Afghanistan’s finance ministry about it, now the Taliban are pleading with Tajikistan to return the money. However, the neighboring country’s Tajikistan administration is categorically refusing to return these money.
The Taliban contacted the Tajikistan government about this money transfer in November to keep the Afghan economy afloat, and officials asked to refund every penny of that transfer amount. In response, the Tajikistan authorities refused to comply with the order. Let us tell you that the Tajikistan government formally considers the Taliban a terrorist organization. In such a situation, the government does not want to return the money to the Taliban.
Taliban capture Afghanistan
US President Joe. Since Biden’s announcement of the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan by August 31, after two decades, the Taliban gradually began their occupation of Afghanistan and after some time captured the whole of Afghanistan. After the Afghan security forces succumbed to the Taliban fighters, the insurgents created a furore across the country and recaptured the whole of Afghanistan.
Picture of a disappointed scared frightened afghan
Scary bad memories of the brutality committed by the Taliban from 1996 to 2001, resurfaced in August 2021 with the Taliban’s capture of Afghan power once again. The most compelled and worried woman in the Taliban, who has been forced to remain imprisoned in homes by imposing many restrictions. And once again frightened by the barbarism of the Taliban, people started fleeing to the Afghan country. The fear of the Taliban was such that people were trying to escape by hanging from the airplane due to the overcrowding in the planes. The huge crowd at Kabul airport to leave the country makes it very clear to what extent people are intimidated by the Taliban. The Afghan people are still feeling insecure.
Terrified of the Taliban entering Kabul, President Ashraf Ghani left the country. Today the people of Afghanistan are filled with hopeless fear. Women children and girls are scared. Even today these people are thinking that what will happen in future. Seeing the hungry people crying and crying, one can guess in what darkness Afghanistan is sinking in the shadow of terrorists.