Taliban problem: 30 thousand people forced to leave Afghanistan every week

situation in Afghanistan

As the withdrawal of foreign troops continues, the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse. The Taliban have captured many districts of Afghanistan. According to the Afghan Foreign Ministry, the Taliban have captured 193 district centers and 19 border districts.

The brutality of the Taliban in Afghanistan continues to grow. So far more than 2,000 people have been killed in the violence carried out by the Taliban. Troubled by the terror of the Taliban, people are leaving their country and taking refuge in other countries. Every week 30 thousand people are going to other countries from here.

There are many people who are compelled. They are living in makeshift camps. Some are staying at their relatives’ houses. The situation is so bad that people are taking the help of even smugglers to cross the border illegally.

According to the United Nations, 3 lakh 30 thousand people have been displaced from Afghanistan so far this year. More than half of these people are leaving their homes because foreign soldiers are now returning from here.

According to media reports, thousands of people are trying to secure passports and visas to leave Afghanistan completely. Many people are forced to cross the border illegally. According to the International Organization for Migration, there has been a 30 to 40 percent increase in the number of people leaving Afghanistan in May.

Babar Baloch, the spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said in July, “Afghanistan is on the verge of another humanitarian crisis. Failure to reach a peace deal and stop the ongoing violence in Afghanistan will result in displacement.”

Coronavirus restrictions have made legal and illegal migration more difficult, as countries close their borders and withdraw refugee programs, forcing thousands of migrants to travel through dangerous routes to Europe.