At least three people are reported to possess been killed during anti-Taliban protests within the east of Afghanistan.
According to reports, the group launched a violent crackdown on the demonstration, injuring around a dozen people.
During the protest the Taliban flag was lowered and therefore the ensign was raised. Meanwhile thousands of Afghans gathered at Kabul airport on Wednesday morning to undertake and leave the country.
It comes as Boris Johnson has told MPs that the Taliban “will be judged on actions not words” and denied that the united kingdom was unprepared for the events unfolding in Afghanistan.
Opening the emergency debate on Wednesday he said it had been not faithful say that the united kingdom “did not foresee this” and said that Western nations had no option put to “pull out” of the country.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer was deeply critical of the prime minister and said his judgement has been “appalling” and there has been “a failure of preparation”.