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Ground Report | New Delhi: Taliban leader Mullah Baradar; The famous magazine Time has released a list of 100 influential people, the list also includes Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the co-founder of the Taliban and the current Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan. The magazine described Baradar as a charismatic military leader. Not only this, Time has described Baradar as a ‘deeply holy man’. 

On Wednesday, Time released its list of the 100 most influential people of the year 2021. Big leaders and other personalities related to the whole world have been included in this list. 

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US President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and former US President Donald Trump have also been included in the list. Joe Biden and Xi Jinping are also included in the category in which Baradar has been included in the influential people. 

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Taliban leader Mullah Baradar

The magazine wrote that when the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in the month of August, it was said that Baradar had negotiated with other countries. The magazine wrote that Baradar was taking many important decisions. Baradar also visited China and Pakistan and played an important role in the strategy of the complete occupation of Afghanistan. 

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It has been written about Baradar in this magazine that he is now standing for the future of Afghanistan. Quieter temperaments are the new faces of the Taliban. The magazine said that Mullah Baradar is the only leader of the Taliban who has Western support and trust. 

Mullah Baradar emerged as the Taliban supremo after the Taliban took over Afghanistan. Mullah Baradar is considered the diplomatic face of Afghanistan.

However, the Taliban has already announced that Akhundzada will lead the cabinet with Mullah Baradar as deputy leader. However, Mulla Baradar has suddenly gone missing. He is said to have been injured in a shootout between Baradar and Haqqani supporters.

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