Afghan media reports say the resistance forces in Panjshir province have managed to repel Taliban attacks.

Khaama Press reported today morning that sources in Panjshir province have said that the Taliban breached the agreement and had launched attacks on the resistance forces of this province.

They reportedly say that the attacks, which were conducted in different locations, were repelled and the Taliban militants retreated but the latter has not commented on the issue yet.

In the meantime, people in Panjshir province complain against the absence of telephonic services, according to Khaama Press.

They say that the Taliban has blocked telecommunication services which have subjected them to bigger problems.

On the other hand, the Taliban have also blocked all the ways to Panjshir province which has skyrocketed the prices in the defiant valley.

People in Panjshir province are asking the Taliban to stop what they call cruelty and open the ways to the province.

Panjshir province, 120 kilometers to the northeast of Kabul is the only province that is not under the Taliban’s control and the anti-Taliban resistance led by Ahmad Massoud is claiming to be fighting the Taliban.

Ahmad Massoud had said that he is willing to negotiate with the Taliban but had warned of resistance in case the negotiations fail.

Taliban and the leaders of Panjshir province reportedly had a meeting in Parwan province which has not concluded in any final result.