Afghanistan: ‘Sword’ drawn between two groups of Taliban, Mullah Omar’s son ‘Amir’ will do a coup!
Afghan Taliban latest news: According to the Afghan media, there has been a split in the Taliban. In this struggle for the power of Kabul, speculations are being raised about the coup of the present government amid split in the Taliban.
Taliban divided over power tussle: On the issue of ban on women’s higher education, the biggest news coming from Afghanistan at this time is that there has been a split in the Afghan Taliban. Along with this, even bigger news is that according to the Afghan media, Taliban’s Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani and Defense Minister Mullah Yaqoob together killed Taliban chief and Amir-ul-Momenin Hibatullah Akhundzada in Kandahar. They are also trying to stage a coup by removing him.
- split in taliban
According to the Afghan media, the decision to ban women’s higher education in universities was taken by the Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada alone and now the Taliban is divided into two factions on this issue, in which Taliban government’s Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, Defense Minister Mullah Yakub and Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Baradar is not only opposing the decision to ban higher education of women in universities but also preparing to remove Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada from the post of Amir ul Momneen.
- Kandahar security changes
Because of this whole incident, according to the Afghan media, Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada has handed over the security of Kandahar to his close Homeland governor Maulvi Talib and at present the roads of Kandahar are blocked by the forces from both the factions. Let us inform that Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada has entrusted the security of Kandahar to his close Hemland governor Maulvi Talib, who was earlier the head of the ‘suicide squad’ of this terrorist organization.
- need to understand the timeline
This development is also very important because Defense Minister Mullah Yakub is the son of former Taliban chief Mullah Omar and Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani is the top terrorist of Taliban on whom the United Nations has still kept a reward of billions of dollars. Similarly, Mullah Baradar was the main Taliban leader during the Doha Peace Agreement. In such a situation, no one should be surprised if in the next few days there is bloodshed in Afghanistan for the fight for power by using the issue of women’s education as a cover.
- cantonment area
Najeeb Azad, former spokesman of exiled President Ashraf Ghani, has also said on this development that Kandahar has been converted into an army camp, in such a situation some unknown Pakistanis have taken over the responsibility of Hibatullah Akhundzada’s security and Mullah Yaqoob and Sirajuddin Haqqani Engaged in consultation.