Taliban captured former Vice-President Rashid Dostum’s palace in Kabul, know how this grand palace looks from inside. – Taliban captured former Vice-President Rashid Dostum’s palace in Kabul, know how this grand palace looks from inside. | Taliban captured former Vice-President Rashid Dostum’s palace in Kabul, know how this grand palace looks from inside. –

Digital Desk, Kabul. After the Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan, all the ministers ran for their lives, the Taliban have also announced the prime minister and other central ministers to establish rule in the country after the capture of the Afghan parliament building. After which the Taliban boys have captured the luxurious palace of former Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum in Kabul. Now every corner of the mansion is in the hands of Taliban fighters. After the capture of this luxurious palace, the Taliban said that this palace is the result of the hard work of innocent people of Afghanistan and the income of corruption of the former Afghan ruler.

While visiting this famous and grand palace, news agency AFP told that a wide green carpet is spread in the palace. Also a corridor is visible. Where a Taliban fighter is sleeping on the couch with his Kalashnikov rifle. There are 7 huge tanks in the haveli in which beautiful fish of different species are swimming. There is also a garden inside the palace of Dostum, in which some comfortable sofas are also kept, where Taliban fighters are resting.

Coolers and ACs have been installed to make the entire palace free from the heat. The huge hall built inside the palace has glass chandeliers which are very beautiful and attractive to see. The haveli also has a huge and lavish indoor swimming pool. 150 terrorists posted under the security of the Taliban commander are now living in this luxurious mansion. The bathrooms inside the mansion have a Turkish style steam bath as well as a gym in the palace.

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This luxurious palace is no less than a dream for Taliban fighters who were living in the jungles, mountains and valleys for 20 years. On questioning the Taliban commander about the addiction of Taliban fighters to this luxurious life, the commander has clarified that his fighters will never get used to this luxurious life because they know that after death they will get many better things in heaven. And you will get a luxurious life.

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