Panjshir resistance reject surrender offer; Taliban boasts 'Saleh, Massoud can't win against us'

 Panjshir resistance forces have rejected to surrender before Taliban as the Islamist group today confirmed that the peace talks have collapsed. Taliban said that despite its offer of peaceful transition, the resistance fighters and their leaders have rejected the peace deal and instead want to fight the Afghanistan's new rulers. The Taliban has now released a message for the Panjshir residents, asking them to convince the resistance to give up the fight and surrender. Earlier, several Taliban fighters were killed in fighting with resistance forces led by former Vice President Amrullah Saleh and Ahmad Massoud. Watch this report for all the latest details.

Source: Panjshir resistance reject surrender offer; Taliban boasts 'Saleh, Massoud can't win against us' (msn.com)

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