The Taliban have rejected international calls for a ceasefire in Afghanistan, as they push for new territory.
They are accounted for to have overwhelmed the key northern city of Kunduz, just as Sar-e-Pul and Taloqan. Savage battling proceeds in two more northern urban communities. Five territorial capitals have tumbled to the assailants since Friday, with Kunduz their most significant addition this year. US and Afghan planes have done airstrikes on the assailants. Afghan authorities say many Taliban kicked the bucket. In any case, a representative for the Taliban cautioned against additional US intercession while addressing Al Jazeera TV on Sunday. Savagery has heightened across Afghanistan after US and other global powers started to pull out their soldiers from the nation, following 20 years of military operations.Taliban aggressors have made quick advances as of late. Having caught enormous wraps of the open country, they are presently focusing on key towns and urban areas. The three northern urban communities tumbled to Taliban control promptly after one another on Sunday, with one inhabitant in Kunduz portraying the circumstance as “all out mayhem”. Recordings posted via web-based media showed Taliban warriors inside government structures in Kunduz and Sar-e-Pul, however they can’t be autonomously checked. The Afghan government, in the mean time, said extraordinary powers were all the while battling inside Kunduz. A Taliban representative told the BBC they were currently focusing on Pul-e-Khumri, the capital of Baghlan territory. Substantial battling has been accounted for in the city, just as in Mazar-e-Sharif, an exchanging center point on the line with Uzbekistan. On Monday morning a noisy blast was heard external the police base camp in the southern city of Lashkar Gah. Inhabitants there said around 20 regular citizens had been killed in the previous two days, and a school and a center annihilated in the battling.