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Afghan forces defeated by Taliban, Afghan army chief fired

According to the details, the rapid advance of the Taliban in Afghanistan continues, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said after the defeat of Afghan forces at the hands of the Taliban.
Afghan Army Chief Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai has been removed from office and Hebatullah Konya has been appointed Army Chief.

On the other hand, the American newspaper has made a mockery of the morale of Afghan soldiers. The Wall Street Journal says that the morale of the Afghan army has declined and the soldiers are not willing to give their lives for Ashraf Ghani.

The American newspaper says that the soldiers do not even get the proper food, how to defend the corrupt government, the corrupt politicians, why and who to fight for, the Afghan soldiers consider themselves in a slightly better position with the Taliban as well that instead of fighting, down the road. Moving away

Fighting between the Taliban and security forces has escalated in Kandahar, a Taliban spokesman said, adding that dozens of Afghan soldiers had surrendered at Kunduz airport and dozens of soldiers had joined the Taliban, including vehicles and weapons.

Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum has said that he will eliminate the Taliban from northern Afghanistan and leave no way for the Taliban to escape.

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