Minister Mullah Baradar held hostage by Haqqani network, Akhundzada put to death

Minister Mullah Baradar held hostage by Haqqani network, Akhundzada put to death
Shocking reports have come to the fore in the midst of the ongoing power struggle within the Taliban. The report claims that supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada has been killed in a bloody conflict between the Haqqani network and the Taliban. At the same time, Deputy Prime Minister Mulla Baradar has been kept hostage.

This claim has been made by a UK magazine. The report says that the Baradar faction has suffered the most in the bloody struggle for power. Let us tell you, with the formation of the government in Afghanistan, the conflict within the Taliban came to the fore. The Baradar faction and the Haqqani network clashed over power sharing.

The magazine claimed that in September there was a meeting between the Haqqani network and the Taliban to form a government. In this meeting a debate took place between the two groups. Meanwhile, Haqqani network leader Khalil-ul-Rahman Haqqani started hurling punches at Mullah Baradar. After this there was a fierce conflict between the two groups and reports of Baradar being shot came to the fore.

After this struggle, Baradar did not appear in front of anyone for several days. Speculations arose that Baradar died of bullet injuries. After this, a video of Baradar was released, in which he described himself as fine. The magazine claims that after that conflict, the Haqqani network held Baradar hostage at an undisclosed location and that the video was forcibly made from him.

According to media reports, Baradar also wanted to include minority and non-Talibani leaders in the permanent government of Afghanistan, so that the international community would recognize this government. The Haqqani network did not want this. This led to a dispute between the two factions which turned into a bloody conflict. It is also being claimed that there is a dispute between the two groups over the capture of power in Kabul. The Baradar camp considers its diplomacy to be the reason for seizing power, while the Haqqani network wants to attribute its suicidal attitude to the power of Kabul.

The supreme leader of the Taliban and the dreaded terrorist Hibatullah Akhundzada has also not appeared in front of the world for several days. Although he never directly appears in front of the world, but even after such a bloody struggle, no message from him indicates that Akhundzada has been murdered.

Let us tell you, even the intelligence agencies of the world do not know about Hibatullah Akhundzada. Where does he live and what is his daily routine? Very few people have this information. Even many top Taliban leaders have not seen him yet. He keeps on sending messages to Taliban leaders by releasing videos from time to time, but there has been no message from him for several days.

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