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Taliban Blocks Humanitarian Aid into Afghanistan’s Bamyan Province

Khama press reports that recent humanitarian aid supplies delivered to Balkhab district by the World Food Programme (WFP) were also displaced

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AFGHANISTAN: Islamic terrorist group Taliban’s atrocities in Afghanistan continue to inflate as the group continues to deny the persistence of displaced people and had blocked the entry of humanitarian aid into the Bamyan region.

Several sources in the Bamyan region revealed that the ground reality is dire: there are hordes of people living on the outskirts of the Yakawlang who are in severe need of aid.

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Khaama Press reports that recent humanitarian aid supplies delivered to Balkhab by the World Food Programme (WFP) were also displaced. Local regions have been consequently deserted by people, who have either fled or were forced to depart, leaving only the Taliban in place, ANI reported.

UNHCR claims it is crucial and urgent to provide food, shelter and warmth to displaced people who reside at a height of 2,700 meters in the chilly terrains of Bamyan province.

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Local news media reported that nearly 27,000 people had been forced to flee from their homes in a matter of two weeks due to intense fighting in the Balkhab district of the Sar-e Pul province in the country’s north.

Khaama Press also noted that according to the United Nations Organisations for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid (UNOCHA), more than 6,000 people from the Balkhab.

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The region have been displaced and are now being relocated to Bamyan, where the situation is worsening with every passing minute.

Reports of Afghan women being harassed by Taliban fighters in the Balkhab region have also surfaced, according to local news media.The situation in Afghanistan has continued to worsen ever since the Taliban took over the country.

From curbing women’s rights in the political and economic sphere, and all other aspects of public life, including education, politics and others, the Taliban has exploited its power to its full capacity in a matter of ten months after taking control.

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