Interview with female anchor – Talk of completing unfinished projects from India

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Interview with female anchor - Talk of completing unfinished projects from India

Interview with female anchor – Talk of completing unfinished projects from India- The Taliban have completely taken control of Afghanistan. What will be the next step from the side of Taliban, will their attitude change this time, everyone’s eyes are on it. However, in the picture that has emerged so far, there are definitely some signs of a change in the Taliban’s stance. This is the stand of Taliban so far in talks with foreign media. Maybe he has some trick behind this too or he has really changed, it will be known only later.

When Taliban fighters entered Rashtrapati Bhavan in Kabul, they were told that they had come for the transfer of power and not for capture. They have come to rule not to trample Kabul. At the same time, the Taliban announced that women’s rights would be protected under its rule. Women will be able to leave the house and they will also be allowed to work. This time the Taliban is also busy creating a different image in the eyes of the world. He seems eager to talk to all the countries, even India is talking about completing the unfinished projects.

Talking to a Pakistani channel, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said that no country will be allowed to use Afghan soil against others. Suhail Shaheen also said that India can complete its unfinished projects in Afghanistan. Suhail Shaheen gave this answer in response to a question asked by the news channel that India has invested heavily in Afghanistan and has not yet recognized the Taliban.

While sitting in the office of Tolo News in Afghanistan, the Taliban leader answered the questions of the female anchor. The head of the news channel has also posted a picture in which female anchors are seen asking questions. The Taliban do not see any objection to a woman leaving the house and working. At the same time, news and pictures of chaos have also come out from the airport and surrounding areas, but even after the occupation by the Taliban, the Taliban is still repeating the same thing.