Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid has said that the list of new names that has been prepared has been brought to the public in a press conference held in Kabul. Mujahid has defended cabinet expansion.
On 7 September, an internal government was announced in Afghanistan by the Taliban.
The Taliban on Tuesday announced the name of the deputy ministers. Once again no woman has got a place in the government and once again all men have been given a place in the cabinet. The Taliban announced their interim government for Afghanistan a few days ago.
Some time ago, there was a warning from the international community that the Taliban’s action and their treatment of women is going to play a big role in the coming times. At the same time, his decisions will also affect the situation of women and minorities in Afghanistan.
Women can join the cabinet next
Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid has said that the list of new names that has been prepared has been brought to the public in a press conference held in Kabul. Mujahid has defended cabinet expansion. If the Mujahid is to be believed, people of specific communities like Hazara community have also been given place in the cabinet. Zabiullah Mujahid said that women may be given a place in the cabinet in the coming times.
On 7 September, an internal government was announced in Afghanistan by the Taliban. The Taliban said the government would be headed by founding member Mohammad Hassan Akhunad, who returned to power after 20 years. Along with this, many leaders of Haqqani network were also given a place in the cabinet. The main leader of the Haqqani network, Sirajuddin Haqqani, was appointed as the Home Minister of the country.
Big claim about Baradar and Akhundzada
Sirajuddin Haqqani is the son of the founder of Haqqani Network. Also wanted by the American investigative agency FBI. He is associated with Al Qaeda and has also been involved in several suicide attacks. Taliban chief Habitullah Akhundzada has been appointed as the country’s Supreme Leader.
In the midst of all this, it has been claimed by the British media that Mullah Baradar, who was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan, has been taken hostage. According to British magazine Spectator, the video of Baradar that came in the past is from the time when he was taken hostage.
Along with this, the magazine has also claimed the death of Akhundzada. Baradar is absent after violent clashes with Haqqani during government formation talks. According to The Spectator, he is a baradar. He has organized a big meeting of tribal elders for his support. But in the meantime, Baradar read a statement on the state television network controlled by the Taliban.
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