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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Biden's life-saver escapes from Afghanistan

The translator who saved the life of United states President Joe Biden from a snowstorm in 2008 has finally escaped from Afghanistan. The United states has confirmed this. The United states State Department has confirmed that Aman Khalili, who worked as a translator with the United states military in Afghanistan, has escaped from Afghanistan. 
Biden's life-saver escapes from Afghanistan

The Foreign Ministry said that Khalili is now safe after hiding with his family for several days. A United states State Department spokesman said Khalili and his family, who arrived in Pakistan by land, have been flown by a United states plane to Doha, Qatar, where thousands of other refugees are awaiting visas. See, now life in Afghanistan The American newspaper The Wall Street Journal reported that Khalili, his wife and five children had lived there when Afghanistan was captured by the Taliban in August. Later, with the help of ex-servicemen, he crossed the border. Story of Khalili The story of Aman Khalili is like a movie.

He worked as a translator for the United states forces in Afghanistan in 2008. Joe Biden, who was Senator in those days, visited Afghanistan with his two other parliamentarians, Chuck Hagel and John Kerry. Biden and his accomplices were caught in a snow storm when they were traveling in a helicopter. Due to this his helicopter had to land in a remote area. Khalili was then part of the team that was sent to save the MPs from Bagram. After 13 years, when America announced the end of its campaign in Afghanistan, it also talked about taking thousands of people working with its army. Then thousands of people applied for visas, including Khalili and his family.

But he did not get the visa. Photos: Jail where the prisoner became a prisoner On August 15, the Taliban captured Afghanistan. After that, in two weeks, the United states military saved 120,000 people. But even then Khalili could not reach the airport. In the last week of August, the Wall Street Journal newspaper published his story. In this story he said, "Hello President, save me and my family." Eventually Rahat Khalili's appeal reached the President, and his spokeswoman, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, said the government would help Khalili. He said, "We'll get you out.

We respect your services." After United states forces withdrew from Afghanistan on September 30, Aman Khalili and his family hid in a safe haven with the help of Afghan-Americans and former United states soldiers. He did not have an Afghan passport, so he could not even fly from Mazar-e-Sharif. Later they reached the Pakistan border after walking for two days. They crossed the border on 5 October. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Ministry of External Affairs is planning a special immigration visa to get his visa application passed quickly. VK/CK (AFP) New rules for women in Afghanistan.