100 days of Taliban rule .. Famine at its peak, rampant food shortages .. What is the Afghan situation | food scarcity in Afghan, as the nation struggle after a 100 days of Taliban rule

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Published: Thursday, November 25, 2021, 18:04 [IST]

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Kabul: 100 days after the capture of Afghanistan by the Taliban, there have been reports of a severe famine in the country.

A Taliban-led government was formed in Afghanistan last August. The Taliban took control of the whole of Afghanistan as soon as US troops withdrew.

100 days after the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan, there have been reports of severe food shortages in various parts of the country.

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  Severe famine

Severe famine

The nearly 20-year-long war in Afghanistan has ended with the release of US troops. Thus the American forces were completely withdrawn from there. There have been various problems since the withdrawal of US troops. Severe famine is reported in many parts of the country due to lack of food.

  Hunger

Hunger

Sarguna, a 35-year-old mother of 2, said of the situation in Afghanistan, “My husband and I may be starving, but we’re worried about our children, they are crying with hunger. It’s hard to see. In the mornings just tea is our food.

  Price rise

Price rise

This is not just one person but the same situation in different parts of Afghanistan. The prices of essential commodities in the country have also skyrocketed. Thus not only the poor but also the middle class could not afford the basic necessities of life. It is also said that many families are forced to eat only one meal a day.

  UN warning

UN warning

Earlier, the United Nations warned that the situation in Afghanistan was so dire that urgent action was needed to recover Afghanistan, failing which millions of children could be killed by the bar. David Beasley, managing director of the World Food Program, said that Afghanistan, with a population of about 3.9 million, has more than an estimated 2.28 million people suffering from food shortages. It is noteworthy that it was 1.4 crore in the last 2 months.

  what is the reason

what is the reason

Even before the capture of Afghanistan by the Taliban, Afghanistan was facing a climate crisis and food shortages. However, the situation under the Taliban regime has worsened many times over. The Taliban have been unable to pay even civil servants. As a result, many Afghans are forced to sell their property to buy basic necessities.

English summary

Afghanistan has been braving a grave humanitarian crisis since the US pulled out its troops, ending a war that lasted two decades. Afghanistan latest news in tamil.

Story first published: Thursday, November 25, 2021, 18:04 [IST]

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