'The Islamic Emirate' orders Mujahideens not to harm people
Kabul: After capturing Afghanistan, the newly formed government 'The Islamic Emirate' ordered fighters not to enter anyone's house without permission.
Taliban Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said in a tweet, "The Islamic Emirate has ordered its Mujahideen and once again instructs them that no one is allowed to enter anyone's house without permission. Life, property and honor of none shall be harmed but must be protected by the Mujahedeen".
The Taliban has declared the war in Afghanistan is over after its fighters swept into the capital, Kabul, and President Ashraf Ghani fled to Tajikistan on Sunday.
AL Jazeera reported that US-backed President Ashraf Ghani posted on Facebook that he had chosen to leave the country to avert bloodshed in the capital, without saying where he had gone. Local media reported that Ghani left for Tajikistan.
Media reports showed scenes of chaos and panic at the international airport as hundreds of Afghans desperate to leave the country flooded the tarmac. The United States and other Western nations were also scrambling to evacuate their diplomats and citizens.
Zabihullah Mujahid, another spokesperson of Taliban, claimed that the Taliban has deployed special units to different parts of Kabul and that the "general public is happy with the arrival of the Mujahideen and satisfied with the security".