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‘Don’t want permission to enter personal nation’: Afghan resistance chief rejects Taliban’s ‘safe passage’ supply

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Ahmad Massoud, chief of the National Resistance Front in Afghanistan’s Panjshir, has rejected the Taliban authorities’s supply of secure passage to the nation. He rejected the supply on the grounds that he doesn’t want permission from the Taliban to enter his personal nation.

On Tuesday, Ahmad Massoud, warlord Ismail Khan and Afghanistan’s appearing overseas minister Amir Khan Muttaqi met in Iran’s Tehran. The assembly was the primary rendezvous between the Taliban and their opponents for the reason that militant group’s takeover of the nation final yr.At the assembly, Amir Khan Muttaqi of the Taliban authorities informed Ahmad Massoud that he and his followers can return to Afghanistan and warranted him they’d not be harmed, sources stated.Ali Maisam Nazary, head of overseas relations of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan, informed India Today, “We rejected his offer. They are not owners of Afghanistan to allow or prevent us from entering our country.”He added, “We control many parts of the Hindu Kush and Commander Massoud can return anytime he wants. He will be back in Afghanistan once his trips end.”NATIONAL RESISTANCE FRONTAfter Kabul fell to the Taliban, Panjshir Valley which housed the National Resistance Front was the final bastion standing in opposition to the brand new rulers. While many resistance leaders have been killed, the highest management has managed to outlive the Taliban’s onslaught.However, a Taliban assault in September appeared to have ended the resistance’s plans of taking again Kabul. Most leaders are reportedly out of Afghanistan in the intervening time, together with former vice chairman Amrullah Saleh.The National Resistance Front is led by Ahmad Massoud, son of anti-Taliban fighter Ahmad Shah Massoud who was assassinated in 2001.As the resistance continues, a number of outstanding leaders of earlier US-backed Afghan governments, together with former president Hamid Karzai and ex-head of the National Reconciliation Council Abdullah Abdullah, have stayed again in Kabul.ALSO READ: Fact Check: Woman gunned down by Taliban together with baby for driving a automotive? This isn’t what happenedALSO READ: Taliban enhance fee in wheat as financial disaster deepens