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New Delhi: Big news is coming from Afghanistan right now. President Ashraf Ghani can resign from his post. The Afghan government has surrendered to the Taliban. Ashraf Ghani has taken this step amid the growing dominance of Taliban in Afghanistan. It is being told that the Taliban commander Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar will become the President of Afghanistan.
Earlier it was reported that the Taliban have also entered the Afghan capital Kabul. Interior Minister Abdul Sattar’s statement came that power would be handed over to the Taliban in a peaceful manner. At the same time, the Taliban also advised its fighters to exercise restraint.
Earlier, the Taliban captured Jalalabad, another major city in Afghanistan. After Mazar-e-Sharif, the Taliban captured Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar. The Taliban did not have to fight here, the governor of Jalalabad surrendered. On the way, many Afghan soldiers surrendered themselves to the Taliban, Jalalabad is connected to Pakistan by road.
An Afghan official said Taliban negotiators were on their way to the president’s residence to prepare for the transfer of power. The official told on condition of anonymity on Sunday that the purpose of the meeting is to hand over power to the Taliban in a peaceful manner. The Taliban said they did not plan to take power by force.
Who is Mulla Abdul Ghani Bardar?
Today’s Taliban is the deputy founder and number 2 in the organization. Maulvi is the political advisor to Hibatullah Akhundzada. Maulvi Akhundzada is the chief justice of the Taliban. Mulla Bardar is closest to Maulvi Akhundzada. Bardar played the most important role in the Doha negotiations.
Meanwhile, America has also started a rescue operation to evacuate its citizens from Kabul. From there, it was clearly visible in the pictures that American helicopters are flying over the US Embassy in Kabul, so that American citizens can be safely evacuated from Afghanistan. Smoke can also be seen in the photos, which are signs that US officials have burnt sensitive documents before exiting Kabul.
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