It’s been a month since the Taliban took control of Kabul. Meanwhile, along with the internal politics of Afghanistan, many major changes have been seen in the global politics. US troops have left Afghanistan. The Taliban has also formed an interim government. Restrictions on the living conditions of the people have also been announced. Despite this, stability has not returned to Afghanistan. For the past several days, there has been talk that all is not well in the top leadership of the Taliban. It was also said that the factions of the two leaders fought among themselves in the Presidential Palace. After the power struggle within the Taliban, all kinds of talk is coming out about its two main faces, Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Baradar and the group’s spiritual leader Haibatullah Akhundzada. A British magazine has claimed that Akhundzada has been killed in a power struggle and that Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Baradar has been held hostage.
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According to The Spectator, the head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) also expressed his allegiance to Haqqani and ensured that all key positions remained with Pakistani loyalists. The Spectator said that the clashes between the two factions in early September resulted in “large thermos flasks filled with furniture as well as”. Haqqani Network leader Khalil-ul-Rahman Haqqani rose from his chair and threw punches and kicks at Baradar. Baradar had insisted on an “inclusive” cabinet that included non-Taliban leaders and ethnic minorities who would not be able to control the rest of the world. and other countries of the world can recognize the Taliban government.
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After the struggle, he disappeared for a while and was said to have reappeared in Kandahar. According to the report, Baradar has met tribal leaders, whose support he has also got. He was also later forced to release a video message on the Taliban-controlled state TV network. The message sounded like a hostage video, The Spectator reported. The report further added that this void at the top sparked debate between Taliban factions. Something that was not there during the Taliban regime two decades ago. Baradar and those involved in the Doha talks were trying to project a liberal image of the Taliban, but Haqqani praised the suicide attacks. Afghanistan’s Minister for Refugees, Khalil Haqqani, is on the UN sanctions list. .