The Taliban has issued a note of caution to the US and other countries over the ongoing evacuation taking place in Kabul airport; stating that there would be consequences if the evacuation was protracted till next week.
To ensure the flight of Afghans and foreigners amidst the chaos of the impact of evacuation at the airport, more soldiers have returned to Afghanistan as there are reports that they might be extending the deadline of the evacuation process.
The Taliban are making it evident that they do not plan to yield to the extension of the deadline while failure for the US to not consider this would spell consequences.
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There have been reports that the Taliban do not hope to disclose features of their cabinet until all US soldiers have left Afghanistan.
About 8 persons have died in Kabul amidst the hurry and stampede to leave the country while a person has been affirmed dead from falling from an aeroplane midair.
The Taliban has however promised a tender implementation of the Sharia law compared to a much tougher implementation of the law in a previous 5-year rule.
Biden has been under pressure to extend the evacuation deadline as against the previous plan to conclude the presence of the United State military in Afghanistan by the 31st of August.
Taking into consideration the chaotic situation of the evacuation that has caused a few deaths in Kabul, the president of the United States revealed intentions to extend the deadline while stating that some of this chaos could not be avoided in the process of evacuating.