Taliban calls for people to handover weapons as home-to-home searches continue

KABUL: As house-to-house searches resumed in Kabul and neighbouring districts, the Taliban government in Afghanistan requested residents to hand over government property, including guns.

As per reports, Taliban spokesman 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 gave over all government property.

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

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