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Panjshir Residents Say Blocked Roads May Cause Starvation

Some families who recently came to Kabul warned that Panjshir residents are facing serious problems and that people will die of hunger if the current conditions continue in the province. 

It is reported that roads are closed and both electricity and telecom services were cut off after fighting began in the province. 

A family who lost a son in the last battle in the area said that a humanitarian crisis is occurring in Panjsher province.

Shayesta Mehraban said: “The attacks and conflicts increased, people even escaped to the mountains.”

At the same time, Abdul Rab Rassol Sayaf, former Jihadi Leader, called for a quick end to the offensive in the province, saying that civilians should not be hurt in battle.

“ Panjshir is a famous part of our honorable and proud country. Attacking the lives ...of people is inadmissible. This is not generosity, it has to be stopped.” Sayyaf said.

The Taliban's Anaamullah Samangani said: “The conditions are normal and under Taliban mujahideen in Panjsheer. (Accounts of) massacres and torture of the people are not true. These are rumors.”

However, the acting minister for refugees, Khalilurahman Haqqani, said the process of helping displaced and affected people will start in Panjshir province in the near future. 

Haqqani said: “We will try to provide the required assistance to the displaced people of Panjshir and other places.”

People said Panjshir is still without power and telecom services, but the Taliban said it will reconnect the power.

Panjshir Residents Say Blocked Roads May Cause Starvation

It is reported that roads are closed and both electricity and telecom services were cut off after fighting began in the province. 

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Some families who recently came to Kabul warned that Panjshir residents are facing serious problems and that people will die of hunger if the current conditions continue in the province. 

It is reported that roads are closed and both electricity and telecom services were cut off after fighting began in the province. 

A family who lost a son in the last battle in the area said that a humanitarian crisis is occurring in Panjsher province.

Shayesta Mehraban said: “The attacks and conflicts increased, people even escaped to the mountains.”

At the same time, Abdul Rab Rassol Sayaf, former Jihadi Leader, called for a quick end to the offensive in the province, saying that civilians should not be hurt in battle.

“ Panjshir is a famous part of our honorable and proud country. Attacking the lives ...of people is inadmissible. This is not generosity, it has to be stopped.” Sayyaf said.

The Taliban's Anaamullah Samangani said: “The conditions are normal and under Taliban mujahideen in Panjsheer. (Accounts of) massacres and torture of the people are not true. These are rumors.”

However, the acting minister for refugees, Khalilurahman Haqqani, said the process of helping displaced and affected people will start in Panjshir province in the near future. 

Haqqani said: “We will try to provide the required assistance to the displaced people of Panjshir and other places.”

People said Panjshir is still without power and telecom services, but the Taliban said it will reconnect the power.

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