US military completes withdrawal of their troops from Afghanistan as of the deadline August 31st. The last flight departed today by taking the last soldier from Afghanistan. The Afghan Taliban are very happy and celebrating the withdrawal of invaders from their country.
The top general of US Central Command Gen. Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie told that Maj. Gen. Chris Donahue was the last US military official to leave the Afghan soil and step into the US Military aircraft to fly for their homeland. He said that:
On the last airplane out was Gen. Chris Donahue, commander of the 82nd airborne division and my grand force commander there, and he was accompanied by our charge Ambassador Ross Wilson, so they came out together. The state and defense team came out on the last aircraft and were in fact the last people to step on the ground, step on the airplane.
After the last US military aircraft, the Taliban fighter surrounded the Kabul airport and take the charge and they shoot fires in the sky at the Kabul Airport. They returned after the invasion of US forces in 2001. They said the support to Al-Qaida from their country by US forces is ended now.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told to reporters after the departure of the last US military aircraft about their victory he said:
Congratulations to Afghanistan… this victory belongs to us all. Taliban’s victory is a lesson for other invaders.
Most Afghan citizens are terrified by the second rule of the Afghan Taliban as the first rule of 1996-2001 was not famous especially as they treat a woman and their brutal justice system. But the Taliban now repeatedly promising great rule this time. Mujahid further said that:
We want to have good relations with the US and the world. We welcome good diplomatic relations with them all.
The question is that will the war between the Afghan Taliban and US Military began again? What happened if the second rule of the Taliban disappoints the Afghan citizens again? Is there any hope that the US military troops came again to Afghanistan and fight against the Taliban? These questions are arising in almost every citizen’s mind. But they are looking forward to the safe and honorable rule by the Afghan Taliban.