Three days after the Taliban took control of Kabul in Afghanistan, there have been reports of anti-Taliban protests in at least two cities. After Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, protests were reported on Wednesday in Khost, the capital of Khost province. In both cities, large numbers of people hoisted the Afghan national flag and rallied in the city center. Those who took to the streets against.
According to a video from Khost in the local media, protesters were seen hoisting the Afghan flag on a footbridge over the road, after which some armed men tried to drop it. According to the incident, the gunman also opened fire there, causing a stampede. A local source told the BBC Pashto Service that at least one person had been injured in the protest. Earlier, a similar picture was made public in the city of Jalalabad, where people protested with Afghan flags and then fired into the air to disperse them.The Taliban captured Jalalabad on Sunday morning without a fight. They then took control of the road connecting Afghanistan to Pakistan. But on Wednesday, news came from Jalalabad that a crowd chanting slogans had removed the Taliban flag and hoisted the Afghan flag.The protesters were demanding that the Taliban not change the national flag. Taliban spokesman Jabihullah Mujahid said the country’s flag was being discussed. Those who took to the streets against.
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