Taliban appeals for weapons handover as house-to-house searches continue

As house-to-house searches continued in Kabul and neighbouring districts, the Taliban government in Afghanistan urged residents to hand up government property, including guns. According to media reports, Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said that in order to avert more searches, which the regime refers to as "clean-up operations," it would be best if people voluntarily handed up all government property.

"Before the searching teams arrive at their homes, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) requests that all Afghans hand up firearms, government property, and unlawful things, as well as offer information on kidnappers and thieves. We want people to comply with the IEA and hand over weapons voluntarily "'He said,' he was quoted as saying.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) initiated the search last week. The raids reached their seventh day on Friday, according to media reports.Taliban fighters have taken military equipment from residences in Kabul, according to Khalid Zadran, a spokesperson for the Kabul security department.

"These clearing operations culminated in the capture of hundreds of light and heavy weapons. We discovered six Humvees in PD2 (Kabul city) "he said. Seven Humvees were taken from a home in PD2 earlier this week, according to an IEA statement. The house-to-house searches eventually started in the northern regions of Balkh and Faryab, according to some reports.

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