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Taliban after victory enjoy feast in the governor’s house in Afghanistan

Video of Afghan Taliban fighters, simple villagers with guns in hands, celebrating and having a feast in the governor’s palatial house in Zaranj in the capital of Nimruz province of Afghanistan has gone viral on net creating fears of medieval era villagers overtaking Kabul.

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A video surfaced of the Afghan Taliban celebrating and having a feast in the governor’s house in Zaranj in the capital of Nimruz province of Afghanistan. The video went viral on Wednesday in which several Afghan Taliban are seen celebrating and having a feast in the governor’s house.

Some were seen sitting on the lavish sofas and some were seen sitting on the carpeted floor. Similar videos of the Afghan Taliban celebrating their victory after taking provinces in Afghanistan have been making rounds on social media.

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Earlier, a video of an Afghan Taliban dancing in one of the seized government offices in Afghanistan was shared on social media. Videos of the Taliban advancing and celebrating their victory have been making rounds on social media for the past few days.

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The Afghan crisis has been trending top on social media. Taliban have been receiving massive attention on social media. Analysts and commentators have flooded social media with a myriad of comments from all over the world on ongoing unrest and chaos in Afghanistan.

An intense war of words has been going on Twitter; some supporting the Afghan forces while others lambasting the Afghan government and force for weak resistance against the Taliban. They fear Afghanistan will soon fall into the hands of the Taliban if they are not stopped. The forces of the Taliban are heading towards Kabul swiftly without resistance and opposition.

Earlier, The Taliban exposed the luxurious lifestyle of so-called Field Marshal Dostum by taking control of his royal residence. The opulent living of the elite speak volumes about the polarization of Afghan society where a larger chunk of the population lives beyond their means. The millions of Afghan people fall into the poverty trap as the elites thrived at the expense of the deprived. The poverty rate has risen from 59% to 72% at the start of the year 2021 as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.