By Ebi Kesiena
The Taliban has declared a “general amnesty” for all government officials, two days after the group captured Kabul and completed their hold over the country after a lightening offensive.
In a statement on Tuesday, Taliban urged government officials to return to work.
“A general amnesty has been declared for all…so you should start your routine life with full confidence,” said a statement from the Taliban.
Reports coming from Kabul indicates that life is slowly returning to normal, as shops have reopened and traffic is slowly starting to return to normal.
Also, Taliban fighters are guarding the US consulate and other embassies in the Afghan capital. Foreign and local journalists in Kabul and other parts of the country are also reporting on the Afghan situation.