The Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday with none resistance from the federal government. The militant group is now successfully accountable for most of Afghanistan. Taliban negotiators are reportedly holding talks with the Afghan authorities to facilitate a “switch” of energy
By Malavika Murali
UPDATED ON AUG 16, 2021 12:51 PM IST
The Congress on Monday known as on the federal government to guard Indian residents and pursuits in Afghanistan after the collapse of the democratically elected authorities within the neighbouring nation following the Taliban takeover.
“Prime Minister and exterior affairs minister want to return out and clearly spell out a coverage for the protected return of our residents, our embassy personnel and in addition our future relationship. Unexplained silence at this excessive juncture offers proper to an affordable apprehension that the Modi govt is hiding one thing from the nation,” stated Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala in a press briefing.
He additionally stated that Congress expects a “mature political and diplomatic” response from the federal government.
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The Congress spokesperson condemned the Modi authorities’s silence on this situation, calling it “deeply disturbing and extremely intriguing”. “Modi authorities’s refusal to set in movement a effectively thought out plan to evacuate our residents is a gross abdication of its obligation and fully unacceptable,” he added.
Whereas addressing the weekly media interactions final Thursday, ministry of exterior affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated India will take all the mandatory steps to make sure the security of Hindu and Sikh minority neighborhood members in Afghanistan.
The Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday with none resistance from the federal government. The militant group is now successfully accountable for most of Afghanistan. Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani left the nation to keep away from “bloodshed” when the Taliban took over Kabul after almost 20 years of being ousted from energy by a US-led invasion.