Hundreds seen shoveling to get into planes at Kabul airport.

Afghanistan's President, Ghani surrendered to Taliban. Hundreds were seen struggling to board the plane and leave the country.

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A video is been shared over social media where hundreds of people were seen shoveling to board the plane in hurry to leave their own country after Taliban’s return. The airspace in Afghanistan has been closed now, but people were seen struggling to get into the plane at the Kabul airport and some were seen making no efforts which seemed like they’d lost all hopes.

The US troops are guarding at the airport and were seen firing in the air to disperse the crowd to which an Afghani national said, “I feel very scared here. They are firing lots of shots into the air.” The Taliban were in control until President Ashraf Ghani surrendered to Taliban terrorists and announced their victory over Afghanistan in 20-year war. Ghani fled away on August 15 when the Talibanis were sealing and taking over the government and presidential palace, this triggered fear in Kabul. “The Taliban have won with the judgement of their swords and guns, and are now responsible for the honour, property and self-preservation of their countrymen,” Ghani said in his post on Facebook.

Lately, Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar announced their victory over Afghanistan saying, “Now it’s time to test and prove, now we have to show that we can serve our nation and ensure security and comfort of life,” he said in a video which was shared on the social media.

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