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Taliban will form government within 3 days, Zabihullah Mujahid made this claim about Panjshir

Afghanistan Crisis: The Taliban may form the government in Afghanistan in the coming three days. But Panjshir, located in the Hindu Kush mountains, one of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces, is still far from Taliban capture. Here he is facing a huge challenge.

According to the news agency Reuters, Taliban fighters and supporters of local leader Ahmed Masood were face to face in Panjshir on Thursday as well. Both sides claim that a large number of casualties have occurred during this period.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that after talks with the local armed group failed, we started the operation. He claimed that Taliban fighters entered Panjshir and captured some areas. They (the enemy) have suffered heavy losses.

A spokesman for the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRFA) claimed that it had control over all entry gates and thwarted the capture attempt in Shotul district.

Referring to a town in neighboring Parwan province, he said that the enemy made several attempts to enter Shotul from Jabul-Saraj, and he failed each time.

Let us tell you that on August 15, the Taliban had captured all the provinces except Panjshir. Since then, the fight over Panjshir is going on. To stop this fight, both the groups also came on the stage of talks but no way of reconciliation could be found.

Panjshir’s National Resistance Front said the talks broke down because the Taliban had threatened war and attack, along with personal offers to Ahmed Masood. Let us tell you that Ahmed Masood, the head of the Northern Alliance, is the son of Ahmed Shah Masood, who is called the ‘Lion of Panjshir’.

A statement issued by the National Resistance Front said that while the Taliban had proposed to include front leader Ahmed Masood Jr. to join power as well as a representative, Ahmed Masood was not a private deal but Afghan civilians. Wanted assurances for the rights of.

The statement said that when Taliban leader Amir Khan Muttaki was talking to Masood Jr., Muttaki had threatened Masood with war and attack. On this, Ahmed Masood also said in response that he is ready to fight the war with Taliban for the citizens of Afghanistan and Panjshir. The National Resistance Front claims that so far 35 Taliban prisoners have been taken and 350 Taliban have been killed in the ongoing war with the Taliban.

Formation of government in Taliban
The Taliban is going to form a new government in Kabul on the lines of Iran. A senior member of the group has said that the Taliban’s biggest religious leader, Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzada, will be made the supreme leader of Afghanistan.

Mufti Inamulla Samangani, a senior official of the Taliban’s ‘Information and Culture Commission’, said on Wednesday, “The talks on forming a new government are almost in the final stages and there were also discussions about the cabinet.” He said that the group is fully prepared to form a new government in Kabul in the next three days.

In the new government, 60-year-old Mullah Akhundzada will be the supreme leader of the Taliban government. This arrangement will be done on the lines of leadership in Iran where the supreme leader is the biggest political and religious authority in the country. His position is above that of the President and he appoints the heads of the army, government and judicial system. The decision of the supreme leader is final in the political, religious and military affairs of the country.

“Mulla Akhundzada will be the supreme leader of the government and there should be no question on it,” said Samangani. He indicated that the president would work under Akhundzada. Mullah Akhundzada is the Taliban’s biggest religious leader and has been working in a mosque in the Kachlak region of Balochistan province for the past 15 years. Samangani said that under the new government, the governor would be the head of the provinces and the ‘district governor’ would be in charge of his district.

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