On Tuesday, Joe Biden (President of America) said that he is strictly committing to his deadline, 31st August, for handling a hazardous airlift of American people, susceptible Afghans, and several others intending to flee Afghanistan as Kabul held by the Taliban.
Biden’s decision challenges other associated leaders who want to give the withdrawal more time and opens President Joe Biden to criticism that Biden gave up on the insurgent Taliban’s demands.
At the White House, President Joe Biden described that every day they have on the ground is another day that they know ISIS-K is in search to target the airport and assault both them and associated forces and innocent people.
Biden added that the Taliban are collaborating and security is holding in spite of a number of vicious incidents. He said, but it is a tenuous situation and continued that they run a severe risk of its breaking down as time goes on.
In recent days, America has increased its air transportation as novel reports of rights abuses that boost concern related to the fate of thousands of Americans and other people who are afraid of any punishment from the Taliban group and struggling hard to escape the country as soon as possible.
How many people have been evacuated so far?
American security organization, the Pentagon, described that 21600 people had been withdrawing in the twenty-four hours so far Tuesday morning, and the American President explained that a further twelve thousand people had been evacuated in the twelve hours that followed.
American President explained that he had asked the State Department and the Pentagon for withdrawal likelihood strategies that would manage the timeline for the whole evacuation should that become mandatory.
The Pentagon regulators assured that the airlift (began on 14th Aug.) could get all American people by incoming Tuesday, which is Joe Biden’s deadline that he announced ahead of the Taliban’s takeover. Thousands of other foreign people remain in the country and are desperate to flee Afghanistan.
The insurgent Taliban group, who had grabbed the control of Afghanistan nearly two decades ago after being expelled in an American-led attack after the 9/11 assaults, forces that the air transportation must wind up on 31st August. Moreover, any verdict from the current administration of Joe Biden to stay longer could resume a battle between the Taliban and around 5800 U.S. troops who are handling the airlift at Kabul airport.