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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Split in the Taliban government, Baradar left Kabul after an altercation with the leader of the Haqqani network

As soon as the Taliban government was formed in Afghanistan, mutual war has also started. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was appointed deputy prime minister in the Taliban government, is reported to have left Kabul after differences with a senior leader of the Haqqani network. A conflict has broken out between Baradar and Khalil-ur-Rehman Haqqani over the sharing of power. A senior Taliban leader was quoted as saying by the BBC in its report that last week there was a debate between the two leaders about the interim cabinet in Kabul's presidential office. Since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban on August 15, there have been conflicts between different groups over leadership and government formation.

The Taliban's political wing is protesting the prominence of the Haqqani network in the government. At the same time, the Haqqani network considers itself to be the most fighter unit of the Taliban. Baradar's faction believes that his diplomacy has given the Taliban power in Afghanistan, while those in the Haqqani network believe that victory in Afghanistan has been achieved through fighting. Let us inform that Abdul Ghani Baradar was as a leader in several rounds of talks between the US and the Taliban in Doha. In such a situation, he has been taking credit for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. On the other hand, the Haqqani network is considered the most dreaded of the Taliban, which has close ties with the Pakistan army.

There was also a war of power between the Taliban in Kandahar and other regions.

There are differences in the Taliban on several levels. There are also differences of opinion between Taliban leaders coming from Kandahar province and those from north and eastern Afghanistan. Kandahar has been considered a stronghold of the Taliban. In such a situation, the leaders who belong to there want important participation in power. Baradar was not seen in public for the past few days. Due to this there were also rumors that he was injured or died in the firing.However, by releasing an audio on Monday, Baradar himself had said that he was safe and on the journey.

There is also a conflict over the credit of the withdrawal of American troops

BBC Pashto, quoting a Taliban source, said in its report that there was a heated argument between Baradar and Haqqani. Apart from this, there has also been a clash between his supporters. Another Taliban member with knowledge of the entire matter based in Qatar has said that the two had an argument last week. According to the report, Baradar was unhappy with the structure of the Taliban's interim government. Apart from this, there is also a conflict situation regarding the credit of the withdrawal of American forces. Taking credit for this, Haqqani says it happened because of his fight. On the other hand, Baradar believes that this success has been achieved due to his diplomacy.