- Abdulhaq Azad, the press secretary of the Afghan international haven in India, later said he doesn’t approach the record and has been hacked.
- Ghani later posted on Facebook that he had decided to pass on the nation to turn away gore in Kabul, surpassed by the Taliban.
A few tweets on the handle of the Afghan government office in India were erased after they upbraided Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani for getting away from the nation as the Taliban assumed control over the country.
Abdulhaq Azad, the press secretary of the Afghan international haven in India, later said he doesn’t approach the record and has been hacked. “I have lost admittance to the Twitter handle of Afghan Embassy India, and a companion sent a screen capture of this tweet (this tweet is stowed away from me.)
I have attempted to sign in yet can’t get to it. Appears it is hacked,” Azad tweeted on Monday morning.
Screen captures of the now-erased tweets are, by and large, generally shared by Twitter clients.
At the top of the Afghan National Reconciliation Council, Abdullah blamed Ghani for “passing on individuals to the present circumstance”. “The previous leader of Afghanistan left Afghanistan, leaving the country in this tough spot,” Abdullah said. “God should consider him responsible.”
Web-based media clients called Ghani, who didn’t uncover his area, a “quitter” for leaving his kindred nation individuals in tumult. Tolo News recommended Ghani escaped to Tajikistan.
Ghani later posted on Facebook that he had decided to pass on the nation to turn away gore in Kabul, surpassed by the Taliban. Ghani said he had passed on the nation to keep away from conflicts with the Taliban and that “endless nationalists would be martyred and the city of Kabul would be annihilated” if he had remained behind.
“The Taliban have won with the judgment of their blades and firearms and are presently answerable for the honour, property and self-conservation of their compatriots,” he said in an explanation presented on Facebook.
“They are presently confronting another authentic test. Then, possibly they will save the name and honour of Afghanistan, or they will offer need to different places and organizations,” he added.
Nations, including the US and the UK, hurried to carrier negotiators, other workforce and residents from Kabul as the Taliban held onto Kabul in an amazingly quick hostile.
The United States even sent a large number of new soldiers once more into Afghanistan.
Many Afghan families swarmed the Kabul air terminal in a frantic bid to get away from the Taliban.