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Afghans Parade 100m-long Afghanistan Flag On Kabul Roads On Independence Day

WebdeskAug 19, 2021, 06:15 PM IST

Afghans Parade 100m-long Afghanistan Flag On Kabul Roads On Independence Day

Hundreds of citizens of Afghanistan took to streets marching with a 100-metre long national flag protesting against the Taliban takeover of the war-torn nation. Taliban has been trying to impose their hardliner stance after capturing Kabul.

 

Women and children gathered on the main roads of Kabul and have been chanting 'Long Live Afghanistan' and 'National Flag Is Our Identity'. On the country's 102nd Independence Day, the Taliban had officially declared Afghanistan as an 'Islamic Emirate'.

 

Women and childrens' defiance against the Taliban in Kabul comes on its streets after the Taliban's covering ads, billboards with women sporting Western clothes in black paint, while men in jeans and T-shirts rushed to change into traditional tunics. 

 

The roadshow protest with Afghanistan's flag highlights the dire need and hunger in people to fight against the hardline Taliban.

 

Meanwhile, Islamist Taliban had killed many Afghans for carrying out protest marches against the Taliban in Kabul and Jalalabad.

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