90 percent of Borka district of Baghlan is now controlled by Taliban
Reporter: Mehrullah Mehrdad
While the Taliban have widespread activity in most districts of Baghlan as one of the strategic provinces for connecting Kabul to the northeastern provinces of the country, the latest reports from the province indicate that newly Taliban have managed 90 percent of Borka district land and they have dominate this geography after several days of battle.
Some of the sources that do not want to disclose their names told Pasbanan News Agency: “The Taliban have had access to the majority of the entire territory of Borka during the resistance period, and the four security districts of Borka at least three districts are fully owned by the Taliban and in one Another district also they have more access.” These sources continue to emphasize: “The only government control is on the villages of Chapa, Kool, the district building, the old building is the district police headquarters. But in the rest Taliban have occupied the village.”
Baghlan Borka District is a safe base for Taliban and according to reports this district is a safe place for their planning in the Northeast zone, and it has planned and institutionalized all attacks on the provinces of Takhar, Kunduz, Samangan, Badakhshan and several districts of Baghlan from this district.