Taliban Lowers Afghan National Flag From Presidential Palace


Taliban May Introduce New Afghan National Flag & National Anthem

Kabul: The Taliban on Sunday, lowered the Afghan national flag from the presidential palace at Afghanistan’s Kabul. This Talibani action has brought rage in people from across Afghanistan. Many Afghans have protested to Taliban’s this behaviour on social media.
Several citizens in Afghanistan have reacted harshly to the Islamic Emirate’s actions and called it against its national values.

People across the country have protested against it and said that lowering the national flag is an insult to the Historical Figures in Afghanistan. The Residents of the capital have also emphasised that any government that takes over the power in Afghanistan must respect the national values and not insult them.

On the other hand, Taliban workers were seen rubbing out Paintings of Afghan National Flag from walls across the country.

Taliban takes down afghanistan flag

On the other hand, the Taliban has begun the final process to form the next government in Afghanistan after taking full control of the Panjshir Valley. In this context, the Taliban is thinking to introduce a new flag and a new national anthem in Afghanistan. This is said to be the last touch on the formation of the next government.

Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid told the media on Monday that the process of forming the next government in Afghanistan had begun after declaring complete control over the Panjshir Valley. Zabihullah announced that the next government was considering changing the Afghan flag and national anthem.

In addition, the Taliban administration will also pay government employees, he said. Meanwhile, Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar will be called the leader of the Taliban government in Afghanistan. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada was alive and would soon be in the public eye. Earlier, it was reported that Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada would be the top leader of the Taliban administration.

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