The Supreme Commander of the organization, Haibatullah Akhundzada, will be the top leader of any council. At the same time, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, a well-known face of the Taliban, may be in charge of the daily functioning of the government.
Kabul. Afghanistan is now ruled by Taliban. The Taliban and other Afghan leader organizations have reached a “consensus” to form a new government and cabinet. An announcement regarding this can made in the next three days. Bilal Karimi, a member of the Taliban’s Cultural Commission, said. That the Supreme Commander of the organization Hibatullah Akhundzada would be the top leader of any council. At the same time, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, a well-known face of the Taliban, may be in charge of the daily operations of the government.
Announcement Will Happen In A Few Days, Not Weeks
“They have reached a consensus,” Karimi said. We are going to announce the cabinet and the government in a few days, not in weeks.’ It was only about a week ago that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the co-founder of the Taliban, had reached Kabul. Baradar was arrested in Pakistan in 2010. But he did not remain in custody for long. In the year 2018, he released from jail by Pakistan after pressure from America and then he transferred to Qatar.
Released During Donald Trump’s Tenure
During the tenure of the then US President Donald Trump. US Special Representative for Afghanistan Zalmi Khalilzad asked Pakistan to release Baradar so that he could lead talks in Qatar. It was only after this that the US signed an agreement with the Taliban on the withdrawal of its troops. Trump had described this agreement in 2020 as a big step towards peace.
These Terrorists Will Also Become Ministers
According to Pajhwok Afghan News, the Taliban appointed Sakhullah as acting head of education, Abdul Baki as acting head of higher education, Sadar Ibrahim as acting interior minister, Gul Agha. Has appointed as the Finance Minister, Mulla Shirin the Governor of Kabul, Hamdulla Nomani as Mayor of Kabul and Najibullah as the Intelligence Chief.
Earlier, the Taliban had appointed its spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid as Minister of Culture and Information. Mujahid is there, who, while addressing the media a day earlier, told how the Taliban government would.