Kabul: The terrorist organization is not taking names to stop the unrest before the formation of the government in Afghanistan. According to media reports, just a few days before the formation of the government, differences have come to the fore between the top Taliban leaders. Due to these differences, the leaders clashed with each other at the presidential residence in the capital Kabul.
Supporters of two Taliban groups also reported clashes inside the presidential residence. According to sources, there was heated debate over who led the Taliban to victory over the US and how powers would be divided in the new cabinet. Although the Taliban has officially refused to accept this news. The Taliban captured Kabul on 15 August and occupied the whole of Afghanistan. This is when Afghanistan has been declared a country with Islamic rule. The Taliban’s interim cabinet is all men and only a few top leaders have been given major responsibility. There are also some who have been involved in attacks on the US military over 20 years.
The controversy comes at a time when Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is missing for the past few days. The news of Baradar’s death also started coming in the media, but Baradar himself has denied these reports. Media reports quoted Taliban sources as saying that there was a heated argument between Baradar, Khalil-ur-Rahman Haqqani, who has been made minister of refugees, and a top leader within the Haqqani network. After this his supporters also clashed.