Breaking: Start of rebuilding Uzbekistan’s imported electricity bases
Reporter: Mehrullah Mehrdad
A source from the Taliban told the Pasbanan news agency that the group has allowed engineers at Brishna to build Uzbekistan’s imported electricity bases in (Dandshababuddin) and (Hassan Tal Baghlan) districts of central Kabul and for other hours will be connected to Kabul and other provinces.
A delegation from the center of the country came to Baghlan to meet with Taliban representatives.
The credible source inside the Taliban, who did not want to be named, told a correspondent in the north-east that the Taliban had destroyed four of Uzbekistan’s imported power stations in the central Hassan Tal Baghlan and Dandshabuddin Pul-e-Khumri district. The Taliban had imposed a number of conditions on the central government to rebuild Uzbekistan’s imported electricity bases.
The Taliban had called on the central government to halt operations against the group in Baghlan and distribute electricity to the areas it ruled.
Although it is unclear that the Taliban group has been heard, a credible source within the Taliban has confirmed that a central government delegation has arrived in Baghlan to resolve the matter.
According to this reliable source, imported Uzbekistan electricity bases will be rebuilt in Dandeshab-al-Din area by 12 pm and will be repaired by 2 to 4 pm today in the central Hassan Tal Baghlan area.
Kabul has been without electricity for more than a week, and the Taliban have cut off four power stations coming from Uzbekistan to Afghanistan.