Left to avoid bloodshed, Ashraf Ghani writes on social media after leaving Afghanistan

In a social media post, former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani mentioned that he had to leave the nation to avoid bloodshed. The president did not disclose his current location.

Former president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, took to social media to say that he left the country to avoid bloodshed. The President had left the country after the Taliban narrowed in and took over Kabul. Ashraf Ghani, however, did not disclose his current location.

In his social media post, Ashraf Ghani said: “Today, I came across a hard choice; I should stand to face the armed Taliban who wanted to enter the palace or leave the dear country (Afghanistan) that I dedicated my life to protecting and protecting the past twenty years.

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani added that had he not left the country, the result would have been a big human disaster in this 6 million city.

Ghani said: “If there were still countless countrymen martyred and they would face destruction and destruction of Kabul city, result would have been a big human disaster in this 6 million city. The Taliban have made it to remove me, they’re here to attack all Kabul & the people of Kabul.”

The ex-president mentioned that the Taliban have won the judgment of sword and guns and now it’s their duty to protect the people of Afghanistan.

“In order to avoid bleeding flood, I thought it was best to get out. the Taliban have won judgment of sword and guns and now they’re responsible for protecting countrymen’s honour, wealth and self-esteem…Never in history has dry power given legitimacy to anyone and won’t give it to them,” added the Afghan president.

In his social media post, Ghani said that to win legitimacy and the hearts of people, it is necessary for the Taliban to assure all people, nations, different sectors, sisters and women of Afghanistan. “Make a clear plan to do and share it with the public. I’ll always continue to serve my nation with intellectual moment and a plan to develop,” said former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

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