Taliban fighters had come to fight the Northern Alliance, inflicted their own loss

Panjshir Valley is still not controlled by the Taliban.

Taliban fighters had come to fight the Northern Alliance, inflicted their own loss
The Panjshir Valley is the last major stronghold of the anti-Taliban force.

Kabul has been captured by the Taliban. American soldiers have returned from Afghanistan. The Taliban is in the process of forming a government, but the Panjshir Valley is still not controlled by the Taliban. The Northern Alliance controls the Panjshir Valley. The Panjshir Valley is the last major stronghold of the anti-Taliban force.

National Resistance Front of Afghanistan spokesman Faheem Dashti has informed that on August 30, Taliban fighters attacked the entrance of the Panjshir Valley. In this attack 7-8 Taliban fighters have been killed and close to 10 have been injured. 10 fighters of the National Resistance Front have also been injured in this fight.

The Panjshir Valley, surrounded by Hindukush hills, is considered the center of the anti-Taliban force. Even during the Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001, the Panjshir Valley was not under their control. In the Panjshir Valley, the Northern Alliance has consistently challenged the Taliban.

Currently, the acting President of Afghanistan, Amrullah Saleh, and Ahmed Masood, son of Ahmed Shah Masood, are in the Panjshir Valley and are challenging the Taliban. Recently, Ahmed Masood has rejected the claim of going with the Taliban. Masood has said that he will follow in his father's footsteps and will not surrender to the Taliban. He has said that 'I am the son of Ahmed Shah Masood. There is no word like surrender in my dictionary.