New Delhi. After the capture of Taliban in Afghanistan, people are angry against President Ashraf Ghani. A glimpse of this anger was seen when Ghani was condemned for allegedly hacking the Twitter account of the Afghan Embassy in India. However, this tweet was later removed. It was written from the Twitter account of the Afghan Embassy in India, ‘Our heads are bowed in shame. Ashraf Ghani escaped with his batons. They have ruined it all. We apologize for working dedicatedly towards a fugitive. His government will be a stain on our history. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs was also tagged in this tweet.
On the other hand, Abdul Haq Azad, the press secretary of the Afghan Embassy in India, claimed that this account was hacked. In one of those tweets, he said- ‘I can no longer run the Twitter handle of the Afghan Embassy. A friend sent a screenshot of this tweet, (This tweet has been hidden from me.) I’ve tried logging in but can’t access it. Looks like it has been hacked.
I have lost access to Twitter handle of @AfghanistanInIN, a friend sent screen shot of this tweet, (this tweet is hidden from me.) I have tried to log in but can’t access. Seems it is hacked. @FMamundzay @FFazly @hmohib pic.twitter.com/kcdlGMpCZ7
— Abdulhaq Azad (@AbdulhaqA) August 16, 2021
God hold them accountable – Abdullah
Significantly, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani left the country on Sunday. Simultaneously, countrymen and foreigners are also trying to leave the war-torn country, which marks the end of the 20-year experiment of Western countries to build a new Afghanistan. The two officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that Ghani had left the country by air. Both officials were not authorized to brief the journalists.
Afghan National Reconciliation Council chief Abdullah Abdullah later confirmed in an online video that Ghani had left the country. “He (Ghani) left Afghanistan at a difficult time, God hold him accountable,” Abdullah said.
Ghani said – To avoid the flood of blood, I thought….
In a statement after escaping, Ghani said, ‘Today, I faced a difficult choice; I must face the armed Taliban who wanted to enter Rashtrapati Bhavan or leave the beloved country (Afghanistan) for which I have dedicated my life for the last twenty years to protect and protect.’
Ghani wrote, ‘If still countless countrymen were martyred and they saw the destruction of the city of Kabul, then the result would have been a great human disaster in this 6 million population city.’ Ghani wrote, ‘The Taliban removed me, they have come here to attack the whole of Kabul and the people of Kabul.’
Ghani further wrote, ‘To avoid the flood of blood, I thought that the best option was to get out. Taliban has won the verdict of swords and guns and now they are responsible for protecting the honour, wealth and self-respect of the countrymen… Never in history has dry power given legitimacy to anyone and will not give it to them.
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