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Afghanistan Crisis: Taliban’s ‘capture’ on Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley, will be announced today

Afghanistan Crisis: After the occupation of Afghanistan, the official announcement of the Taliban government in the country will be made today. Meanwhile, women demonstrated for their share in the government. Women social workers demonstrated in Kabul for an equal share in the new government. At the same time, news agency Reuters quoted Taliban sources as saying that the Panjshir Valley has also been occupied by the Taliban. This was an area that was so far out of the control of the Taliban. At the same time, former Vice President Amarullah Saleh tweeted that the resistance is and will continue. He said that he is here with his soil, for his soil and to protect its dignity.

Let us inform that the announcement regarding the formation of the government was to be made on Friday, but Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that the formation of the new government in Afghanistan was postponed by a day. Mujahid said the formation of the new government would be announced on Saturday. Sources said Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the chairman of the Taliban’s political office in Qatar’s capital, Doha, could be the head of the Taliban government.

A senior Taliban member said the group was ready to announce the formation of a government in Kabul on the lines of the Iranian leadership, with the group’s top religious leader Mullah Hebatullah Akhunzada as the highest authority in Afghanistan. It has been more than two weeks since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. Mufti Inamullah Samangani, a senior official in the Taliban’s Information and Cultural Commission, said, “The consultations on the new government have almost been completed and necessary discussions have also been held regarding the cabinet.

In Iran, the supreme leader is the country’s highest political and religious authority. His rank is higher than that of the President and he appoints the heads of the army, government and judiciary. The decision of the Supreme Leader in the political, religious and military matters of the country is final. “Mulla Akhunzada will be the leader of the government and there should be no question on it,” he said. He indicated that the President would work under his supervision.

Mullah Akhunzada is the Taliban’s top religious leader and has been working in a mosque in the Kachlaq area of ​​Balochistan province for 15 years. Samangani said that under the new government structure, provinces would be in charge of governors, while district governors would be responsible for their respective districts. The Taliban has already appointed governors, police chiefs and police commanders for provinces and districts. He said that the name of the new regime, the national flag and the national anthem are yet to be finalised.

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