There has been report of a major row between Taliban Chief leaders in Kabul just few days after the Taliban declared its interim government in Afghanistan.
Allies of the two opponent groups in the Taliban got into a squabble at the Presidential Palace, the BBC revealed. Be that as it may, the Taliban have denied such reports.
The question inside the gathering became exposed after Taliban fellow benefactor and representative head administrator Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar vanished for quite a long time.
Sources revealed to BBC Pashto that Baradar and Khalil ur-Rahman Haqqani – a pastor in the new bureau and top head of the Haqqani organization, enjoyed a warmed trade of words after the battle between their devotees.
It has been quoted that the battle originated from division over who should assume praise for the triumph in Afghanistan.
While Baradar trusts it is a result of tact by individuals like him, Haqqani is of the view that the triumph was accomplished through battling.
Before long the aftermath, it hypothesized that Baradar has passed on, however Taliban sources discredited the case.
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Baradar delivered a sound assertion on Monday saying he was perfectly healthy after information on his alleged downfall became a web sensation via online media.
“There had been news in the media about my death. Over the past few nights, I have been away on trips. Wherever I am at the moment, we are all fine, all my brothers and friends,” Baradar said in the clip.
“Media always publish fake propaganda. Therefore, bravely reject all those lies, and I 100 percent confirm to you there is no issue and we have no problem.”
BBC revealed that Baradar was relied upon to get back to Kabul and is relied upon to show up on camera to reject that any contention had occurred.