The Taliban forces are reportedly killing people as they launched “house-to-house executions” after a terrifying new audio of gunshots raging across Kabul showed up.
The AFP News reports that an Afghan man who worked with the United Statement disclosed the frightening audio which he said showed the sounds of gunfire “from everywhere.”
He claimed it also showed a “conflict between the Taliban.”
The reports confirming that the new rulers of Afghanistan are conducting executions across Kabul, the capital city since the US troops' departure and the evacuation effort ended.
The last military aircraft left Hamid Karzai International airport at about midnight on August 31 local time with one official saying: "Final plane is wheels up. War is over."
According to Fox News, militants have since been carrying out "house-to-house executions in Kabul" following the departure, says a senior US source.
An Afghan man who worked with Americans and produced the chilling piece of audio containing the sounds of distant gunshots to corroborate the publication.
The man said in the clip, recorded about the time the final US plane left: "I think there's a conflict between the Taliban, I have no idea where I'm located.
"From everywhere I hear the sounds of shooting, gunfire. I have no idea how to leave."
In another development, the Taliban have been celebrating the US departure with gunfire as the troops left, with the group promising "full independence" for the country.
AFP news agency quoted the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid as saying: "Congratulations to Afghanistan... this victory belongs to us all.
"We want to have good relations with the US and the world. We welcome good diplomatic relations with them all," he added.