Local officials in Panjshir province denied the reports that Islamic Emirate forces have been detained by the Resistance Front in the province.
The provincial governor’s spokesman, Abubakar Sediqqi, confirmed that a number of rockets hit some areas of Dara district but denied casualties to Islamic Emirate forces and the fall of a village to the Resistant Front.
“This is an absolutely inaccurate allegation. The forces of the Islamic Emirate are settled in all districts of Panjshir. Last night a number of rockets were fired by the opposition forces which didn’t cause any casualties,” he said.
Earlier, the Resistance Front published some videos and claimed that dozens of the Islamic Emirate were killed and dozens of others were arrested by its forces.
The videos were published by Sebghat Ahmadi, a spokesman for the Resistant Front.
“Even if the number of the government’s armed opposition is less and they have a limited geographic area, there should be negotiations with them,’ said Barna Salehi, a political analyst.
“The only solution for Afghanistan is that all conflictive parties should sit together and make a decision on Afghanistan’s fate,” said Barna Salehi, a political analyst.
There have been many reports earlier about the armed conflicts in Panjshir, but the Islamic Emirate has denied them.