Taliban opened fire on the women protestors in Afghanistan’s Kabul as they were protesting against Pakistan and ISI. It is reported that the women protestors were raising slogans against Islamabad and ISI. The news agency AFP reported that the Taliban fired shots in the air to disperse the anti-Pakistan rally in Kabul.
According to TOLO News, around 70 people, mostly women gathered outside the Pakistani embassy and they were holding banners and were chanting slogans against Pakistan and ISI. It is reported that the protestors were moving towards the Kabul Serena Hotel where the Pakistan ISI director was staying since last week. He came in the weekend to be briefed by his country’s ambassador but he might also meet with Taliban officials.
The local media shared the videos in which it can be seen that hundreds of Afghan men and women were heard chanting slogans against Pakistan and they were showing placards on the streets of Kabul. Later, the protest moved to the Balkh province in the north of Afghanistan where hundreds of people were seen protesting and agitating on the streets.
Some videos show the Afghan protestors were seen raising Azadi slogans, Death to Pakistan and Death to IAS slogans. The women were seen in niqabs and burquas and they were on the streets of Kabul raising slogans against Pakistan and ISI.
BBC correspondent Yalda Hakim shared a video in which it can be seen that women were on the roads and they were protesting against Islamabad. Yalda Hakim tweeted that anger is mounting on the streets of Kabul, people are chanting freedom and death to Pakistan. She further said that the demonstrators are majorly women and are in the centre of the capital.
A female protestor was also heard saying that no one has the right to invade Panjshir, neither Pakistan nor the Taliban. Long live the resistance.