Former Afghan interpreter for US Special Forces says Taliban dramatically rolling back social progress

A former Afghan interpreter for U.S. Special Forces living in New Haven says the Taliban's stranglehold on Afghanistan is dramatically rolling back social progress in the country.
Mohammad Kakar, 32, says watching the turmoil in Afghanistan, both on television and social media, is heartbreaking for him and his family.
Kakar is a former interpreter for U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan, but is living in Connecticut on a special immigration visa, and hoping to stay in the U.S.
Kakar says the scenes of chaos in Afghanistan following the collapse of the Afghan government are difficult to watch.  He describes the events as a "devastating."