Ground Report | New Delhi: Who will join the Taliban government; Following the capture of the Afghan capital, Kabul, by the Afghan Taliban, they have been pushing for a possible government in the name of the “Islamic Emirate.” The Taliban have also deployed their military unit in Kabul as “security” and a video of Taliban leaders has been released from the presidential palace in Kabul.
A video message from Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, head of the Taliban’s political office in Doha, also said he had successfully taken control of Kabul, and instructed Taliban fighters to ensure the country’s security and the people. Ensure the safety of life and property.
The Taliban have not formally declared their rule over Afghanistan, but in Afghanistan, whether under the Taliban or in earlier periods, they have maintained a balanced system with the government. There are governors and other officials, just as the Taliban have their own governors in different provinces, as well as a cabinet, which looked after the affairs of different sectors.
Who will join the Taliban government
10 Taliban leaders who are likely to rule Afghanistan in the future and look after the affairs of the Afghan government.
- Maulvi Hibatullah Akhundzada
- Sirajuddin Haqqani
- Mullah Muhammad Yaqub
- Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar
- Abdul Hakim Haqqani
- Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai
- Maulana Abdul Haq Wasiq
- Khairullah Syed Wali Khairkhwa
- Muhammad Fazal
- Sohail Shaheen
What happened in Afghanistan so far
- After the Taliban’s capture in Kabul, thousands of people reached Kabul airport in an attempt to escape from there. Due to this a situation of stampede was created there. According to the reports, five people have died at the airport due to the stampede.
- Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi has said that in view of the current situation in Afghanistan, it has been decided to bring back the Indian Ambassador and Embassy staff present in Kabul to India immediately.
- The US and Britain have sent special troops to evacuate their citizens from Afghanistan. Britain has sent 200 soldiers and the US has sent 1,000 additional soldiers to Afghanistan.
- US President Joe Biden backed the decision to withdraw his troops from the US and acknowledged that the situation in Afghanistan has turned out to be faster than expected.
- On Monday, the US military took control of the airport and restarted it after all flights to and from Kabul airport were cancelled.
- Biden warned that the US would “defend its people with all destructive power” if the Taliban attacked American troops. Biden has said that the US will continue to help Afghanistan and will continue diplomatic efforts at the provincial level to ensure that violence and instability do not occur.