Although no further details were given about the clashes between the Mujahideen and their opposition in the Panjshir Valley, Anaamullah Samangani, a member of the Cultural Commission of Islamic Fundamentalists, mentioned the capture of Shotul, Paryan, Khenj and Abshar.
According to Samangani, the fighting is now taking place in Anaba, near the provincial center of Panjshir.
Ahmad Massoud, leader of the Resistance Front, declared in Facebook that his troops are resisting the Taliban attacks in Panjshir.
For his part, Amrullah Saleh, former Deputy Chief and leader of the Resistance Front, said in a recorded message that the situation is grim, but they will resist the attackers.
Salahuddin Rabbani, head of the Jamiat-e-Islami party, also called on the Taliban on Saturday to stop attacking Panjshir.
If the use of force and violence continues against the people, sooner or later public resistance will begin elsewhere, Rabbani said on Facebook.
The fighting between the Taliban and the resistance continued in recent days and although both sides held some meetings, they failed to reach any agreement.