Panjshir resistance led by Ahmad Massoud will declare parallel government in Afghanistan

Ahmad Massoud
Ahmad Massoud

The We For News reported that in response to the new cabinet announced by the Taliban for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the resistance front in Panjshir province led by Ahmad Massoud has said that they will declare a parallel government in the country after consultations.

According to the Indian website, Khaama News reported that the front termed the Taliban’s caretaker government as illegitimate and a vivid enmity with the people of Afghanistan.

The We For News said, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan announced a 33-member caretaker government on Tuesday, which will be led by Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund.

Panjshir fighters

The front in its statement reiterated resistance against the Taliban and added that the Taliban are a threat to the region and the world.

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The resistance force said: “The resistance front acknowledged that they will establish a transitional democratic and legitimate government, which will be forged based on the votes of the people and will be acceptable to the international community.”

The front has asked the UN, UNHRC, EU, SARC, ECO, and the member states of OIC to stop cooperation with the Taliban.

Source: wefornews