In J&K encounter two Army personnel killed among with JCO

 The two succumbed to their injuries after an encounter with terrorists in Nar Khas forest area of Poonch district Two Army personnel, including a junior commissioned officer (JCO), were killed in an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, officials said on Friday, October 15, 2021. Also read: States warned of ‘aggressive’ infiltration by terrorists along Afghan border According to a defence spokesperson, the JCO and a jawan were critically injured during a counter-terrorist operation in the Nar Khas forest area in Mendhar sub-division on Thursday evening. Both of them succumbed to their injuries subsequently. The operation is ongoing, he added. ALSO READ - Mars rocks collected by Perseverance boost case for ancient life While the body of the jawan has been retrieved, that of the JCO is yet to be retrieved from the area, the spokesperson said. Efforts are on to retrieve the body, he said, adding that the area is mountainous and the forest is dense, which m

Pakistan 'Helping' Taliban Fight Panjshir Resistance, 'Airdrops Special Forces'


Pakistan 'Helping' Taliban Fight Panjshir Resistance, 'Airdrops Special Forces'

Pakistani powers are helping the Taliban in their battle against the final traction of resistance Panjshir Valley, sources near the obstruction base camp have told CNN-News18. 

Pakistan is giving air backing to Taliban warriors in Panjshir, the sources said, adding that some Special Forces have been airdropped to battle the Resistance. 

The sources said every single significant inventory and street have been obstructed by the assailant bunch. The two sides - Taliban and Panjshir opposition - have supported significant setbacks in the continuous tasks, they added. Recently, ISI Chief Hameed Faiz had stretched out his help to the Taliban, in a visit to Kabul. 

Prior to the day, 'acting' President Amrullah Salleh had kept in touch with the United Nations, asking the public and worldwide guide organizations to quickly assemble their assets to end the "atrocities" submitted by the hardliners. 

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In a letter to UN, Saleh said: "Around 2,50,000 individuals, including neighborhood ladies, kids, old and 10,000 IDPs who showed up in Panjshir after the fall of Kabul and other huge urban areas are stuck inside these Valleys and enduring the side-effects of this cruel hindered (sic). On the off chance that no consideration is paid to the present circumstance, a full scale common freedoms and helpful fiasco including starvation and mass killing, even destruction of these individuals are really taking shape." 

In a selective meeting with CNN-News18, Saleh had blamed Pakistan for being at the "administration" of Taliban. "Plainly the Taliban were never under tension; they utilized Pakistan as their help base. Not safe-havens, the entire of Pakistan was at the assistance of Taliban," he had said. 

Saleh had said that the US endeavors to "purchase" Pakistani participation yielded no outcomes as "the more they paid, the more it encouraged the Pakistanis to offer more types of assistance and help to the Taliban so the issue of an atomic state supporting illegal intimidation and revolt against western partners in Afghanistan was rarely tended to". 

Confronting the test of transforming from radicals to rulers, the not set in stone to snuff out the Panjshir obstruction prior to reporting who will lead the country in the fallout of Monday's US troop withdrawal, which should end twenty years of war. 

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In any case, Panjshir, which waited for almost 10 years against the Soviet Union's occupation and furthermore the Taliban's first principle from 1996-2001, is determinedly waiting. 

Contenders from the purported National Resistance Front (NRF) — comprised of against Taliban state army and previous Afghan security powers — are perceived to have accumulated a huge ordnance in the valley, around 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Kabul and protected by a restricted crevasse. 

Taliban: 'Have Entered Capital of Panjshir' 

Reuters detailed Sunday that as per the Taliban, their powers had battled their direction into the common capital of Panjshir, the valley where resistance powers have been holding out since the fall of Kabul three weeks prior. The police base camp and locale focus of Rukhah, contiguous the common capital Bazarak, had fallen, and resistance powers had experienced various losses, with enormous quantities of detainees and caught vehicles, weapons and ammo, Taliban representative Bilal Karimi said on Twitter. 

Battling was in progress in Bazarak, he said. It was unrealistic to affirm the report, which was repeated on other Taliban Twitter accounts. Prior on Sunday Fahim Dashti, representative for the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRFA), which bunches resistance powers, said the Taliban "purposeful publicity machine" was attempting to spread diverting messages. 

"The opposition powers are prepared to proceed with their guard against any type of animosity," he said. On Saturday, Italian guide bunch Emergency said Taliban warriors had arrived at the injury medical clinic it works in Anabah region, inside the Panjshir valley. 

Purposeful publicity, Celebration and Deaths 

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Celebratory gunfire rang out in the capital Kabul as bits of hearsay spread the valley had fallen, yet the Taliban made no authority guarantee Saturday and heads of the opposition said the reports were bogus. 

TOLO News revealed that 17 individuals had passed on in the gunfire, and news organizations AP and AFP fixed the cost at two, citing the Emergency Hospital in Kabul. In Panjshir, previous VP Amrullah Saleh, holed out close by Ahmad Massoud — the child of amazing enemy of Taliban administrator Ahmad Shah Massoud — conceded the dangerous situation of the NRF. "The circumstance is troublesome, we have been under intrusion," Saleh said in a video message. 

Normally known for his sharp Western suits, Saleh was recorded wearing a conventional shalwar kameez tunic and a level woolen pakol cap supported by Panjshiris. "The obstruction is proceeding and will proceed," he added.

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