Fahim Dashty: Fahim Dashty, a senior member of the Jamiat-e-Islami party and a member of the Confederation of Afghan Journalists, wrote on his Twitter account on Sunday that Taliban fighters had practically repulsed Pajshir.
According to several reports, the Taliban claimed that their forces had entered their regional capital, killing a representative of the Afghanistan Resistance Front during the fighting in Panjshir. Reports of the death of National Resistance Front (NRF) spokesman Fahim Dashty also appeared on several Twitter accounts of the resistance force. “We wholeheartedly report that the Taliban have killed the resistance front spokesman Fahim Dashty,” the tweet did not provide any other details.
Terrible news from Panjsher. Fahim Dashti fought hard for free media. He cared. May his soul rest in peace https://t.co/KxlXqIsBiR— Saad Mohseni (@saadmohseni) September 5, 2021
On Sunday, Dasty wrote on his Twitter account that Taliban fighters had been driven out of the area. He tweeted updates from time to time from the area, issuing defamatory statements that resistance forces would continue to fight the Taliban when pressure was put on anti-Taliban forces. Khama Press reports that Dashti is a senior member of the Jamiat-e-Islami party and a member of the Confederation of Afghan Journalists.
HT was unable to confirm Fahim’s death reports. Panjshir Valley is located in the Hindu Kush Mountains, about 90 miles north of the capital city of Kabul. The Taliban were unable to take up the resistance after months of pro-government forces.
Dashti’s death was reported on Friday night after an escalating battle over Panjshir in the northeastern province. Taliban spokesman Bilal Karimi said on Twitter that the police headquarters and district headquarters of Rukhah, adjacent to the provincial capital Bazar, had collapsed. Opposition groups called for a ceasefire but said that the number of prisoners of war and the seized vehicles, weapons, and ammunition was high. He said fighting was going on in Bazarak.
However, Khama Press reported that the Taliban’s claims were refuted by the resistance forces.
Ahmed Masoud, head of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRFA), said on Sunday that he welcomed religious scholars’ proposals for a negotiated solution to end the fighting with the Taliban in the Valley, which had resisted the Soviet army and previous invasions. Taliban government. In a Facebook post, Masoud said, “The NRF agrees in principle to resolve the current issues and to end the fighting as soon as possible.” “To achieve lasting peace, the NRF is prepared to cease fighting under the condition that the Taliban also cease their attacks and military movements on Panjshir and Andrab,” he said.