Afghanistan Taliban Crises

Author: Juhi Jain

Teerthanker Mahaveer University

BBA LLB (Hons) 

(U.S.- TALIBAN AGREEMENT) On 29th February 2020, U.S and TALIBAN representatives signed a bilateral agreement, agreeing to two “interconnected “guarantees. Many Taliban did not follow through on their promises a month after the agreement was signed. Increased Taliban violence, according to US officials, is incompatible with the agreement. Despite the fact that no sections in the publicly published pact address Taliban attacks against the United States and Afghanistan, according to reports, the Taliban has pledged not to attack.

Taliban have taken control of Afghanistan in just seven days, after capturing nation by country. This includes the abduction of ladies by men dressed in traditional garb. Many people who are aware of ultra-conservative militant rule desperately want to go out from that nation

The United States, which has been chastised for its “Afghanistan catastrophe,” has actually evacuated over 3200 individuals from Kabul. President Joe Biden of the United States and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom discussed the current situation and agreed to conduct virtual G7 leaders meeting in the White House to decide on methods and strategies India’s embassy has already been closed. The visas of Afghans living in India have been extended, and emergency visas have been issued to those who wish to visit India. When the Taliban forcefully protested in the city of Jalalabad, one person was killed and six others were injured, according to an Afghan health official

On the 18th of August 2020, the Taliban opened fire and thrashed people with batons as they down their flags. Australia flew away 26 individuals from Kabul and is planning more. When the EU meets with the Taliban, there is no plan to recognize them. Sikhs from Kabul would be transferred to India soon, according to an Indian Union minister.

Within the confines of Islamic law, the Taliban promise to respect women’s rights. They urge women to return to work while also allowing girls to return to education.

On Friday, NATO (30 members) urged the Taliban to enable anyone who is ready to leave Afghanistan to do so and pledged that the alliance would maintain close coordination as the operation progressed. Poland’s Prime Minister requested that his government take care of the responsibilities that NATO countries had at the time, which included organizing the evacuation of over 300 Afghans who had cooperated with the military alliance.

Disclaimer: This article is issued in the general public interest and meant for general information purposes only. Readers are advised not to rely on the contents of the article as conclusive in nature and should research further or consult an expert in this regard.

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