As soon as the US withdrawal began. The Taliban, who had been fighting since being ousted from power in 2001. And has then rushed to the presidential palace in Kabul. They have seized various districts at lightning speed. Henceforth, announced amnesty while urging pacifying the traumatic situations around Kabul. Once again a history sets down for long-winded debates. In fact, a revivification in the power of the Taliban, once upon a time tasted by Russian.
Policitical settlements of Taliban
Currently, though, the Taliban has not made any announcements on governance and other political issues yet. However, it has only been declared to the international community that it urges good relations and cooperation with all countries. The Taliban has also announced a general amnesty for all in the country.
Goverment constitutional arrangement
The Taliban may announce a government structure in Afghanistan in the next few days. There is a strong possibility that the Taliban will prefer the Khilafah to a parliamentary or presidential system of government.
The history of Taliban
Who are the Taliban leaders who can hold important positions? Let’s take a look at some of the top Taliban leaders. Hebatullah Akhunzada is a scholar of Islamic law and the supreme leader of the Taliban. He is the ultimate authority over the group’s political, religious, and military affairs.
Subsequently, Akhonzada took over the authority after the death of former Supreme Leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in a US drone strike near the Pak-Afghan border in 2016. His classmates and students told the British news agency Reuters that before Akhunzada’s sudden disappearance in May 2016. He allegedly led and preached in a mosque in the southwestern Pakistani town of Kuchlak for 15 years. It is estimated that he is about 60 years old and his whereabouts are still unknown.
Mullah Muhammad Yaqub is the son of Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban. Mohammad Yaqub oversees the group’s military operations, while according to local reports, Mullah Mohammad Yaqub is still in Afghanistan. He was the Amir of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) during the ongoing power struggle, but in 2016 he himself promoted Hebatullah Akhonzada to lead the movement because he thought he had the battlefield. Lacks experience and is too young.
Another influential person
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is one of the co-founders of the Taliban. He is now the head of the Taliban’s political office and part of the group’s negotiating team in Doha to finalize a political agreement, a ceasefire, and lasting peace in Afghanistan. Trying to pave the way.
The negotiation process has failed to make significant progress in recent months.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, one of Mullah Omar’s most trusted commanders, was arrested by security forces in Karachi, Pakistan in 2010 and released in 2018.
Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai
Before the fall of the Taliban, Sher Muhammad Stanikzai was a deputy minister in the government. Stanekzai lived in Doha for almost a decade and in 2015 became the head of the group’s political office in Doha. He participated in talks with the Afghan government and represented the Taliban on diplomatic visits to several countries.
Abdul Hakim Haqqani
He heads the Taliban’s negotiating team and is a former Taliban shadow chief justice. Abdul Hakim Haqqani heads the Taliban’s powerful Council of Religious Scholars and the most trust in Hebatullah Akhonzada. This is how we can not negate that the Taliban has captured Kabul yesterday. After which several key government officials, including US troops and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, fled the country.
The Taliban have announced a general amnesty after taking control of Kabul. And therefore, sent a message to the international community to work with them. In this regard, all the countries of the world are formulating their own policy on whether to accept the rule of the Taliban or not and in this regard, the government of Pakistan is also considering.