There is no credible evidence to prove that the Taliban broke the Ghazni gate with the help of a crane, which was built by the previous government.
The Taliban did take over Ghazni on August 12, 2021, according to media reports. Associated Press News reported that the Taliban took control of major Afghan cities, Khandahar, Herat, and Ghazni, on August 12, 2021. The Taliban conquered 12 of Afghanistan's 34 provincial capitals in a week-long attack. The capture of Ghazni cuts off a vital route that connects Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, with the country's southern regions, all as part of an insurgent drive nearly 20 years after U.S. and NATO soldiers overthrew the Taliban rule.
Several non-credible news outlets and YouTubers claimed that the Taliban ruined Afghanistan's historic Ghazni gate with the help of a crane in the viral video. This gate was said to be a representation of Islamic culture and history.
However, there is no credible evidence to prove whether the terrorist organization broke the world-famous 'Ghajini Gate' with the help of a crane.