Kabul: Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar is reportedly leading a new government in Taliban-occupied Afghanistan. The announcement is expected soon. The Taliban are now prioritizing a new government.
The new government is needed in the face of a severe economic crisis in Afghanistan and a severe drought. In addition, now killed more than 240,000 Afghans as part of the conflict. This is also affecting the country severely.
According to reports, Mullah Baradar will lead the new government in Afghanistan, followed by Mullah Mohammad Yaqub, son of the late Taliban co - founder Mullah Omar, and Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanakzai.
There are indications that Akhunzadah, the Taliban's top religious leader, will focus on religious affairs and governance within the framework of Islam. An announcement will be made soon as the new government is still in the final stages of taking office.
Kabul was captured on August 15 by the Taliban, who seized most of the country. The Taliban faced heavy resistance in the Panchsheer Valley. Heavy fighting and damage were reported there. Led by Ahmad Masood, the son of former Mujahideen commander Ahmad Shah Masood, thousands of local armed forces and members of the government armed forces were trying to mount a heavy defense against the Taliban.