Afghanistan: Despite everything, why is the Taliban giving date on date to form the government?

The formation of the Taliban government in Afghanistan has been postponed again. The official statement of Taliban has come regarding this, which says that the new government will be formed after 2 to 3 days. This delay is happening when the Taliban has claimed that it also captured Panjshir and thus the whole of Afghanistan came under its control.

At the same time, the names of the people involved in the government will also be disclosed at the same time. Earlier on September 3, the announcement of the new government was claimed. In such a situation, now the question is arising that why Taliban is giving date on date in forming the government in spite of everything?

In fact, even after gaining power, the Taliban face a plethora of challenges. The warlords of many tribes have already opened a front against the Taliban. Among the chieftains of different tribes, some have blown the trumpet of rebellion against the Taliban and some are in preparation. Many names are included in this list.

1- Mohammad Ata Noor: Ata Noor is anti-Taliban and considers India as a friend and ally. Noor believes that India should play a bigger role in the Kabul-Taliban talks.

2- Abdul Rashid Dostum: Dostum is considered close to the President of Turkey. Coming from the Uzbek clan, Dostum has been the former President of Afghanistan. Russia is considered friends while Pakistan does not like it.

3- Ismail Khan: Known as an influential leader of western Afghanistan. Currently in Kabul. The Taliban and Ghani are considered vocal opponents of the government. In favor of good relations with India.

4- Abdul Raab Sayyaf: With the Northern Alliance in the war of Panjshir against the Taliban. Close with Pakistan, but considers India as a friend.

5- Naam Gul Agha Sherzai: Former governor of Nangarhar, Afghanistan. Now he wants a place in the Taliban government. If space is not available, the Taliban will oppose the government in eastern Afghanistan.

6- Ahmed Masood: Commander of the ongoing war against Taliban in Panjshir. Leading the Northern Alliance. Ahmed Masood has rejected the claim of possession of Panjshir.

7- Abdul Ghani Alipore: Ghani, who comes from the Hazara community, is a major Shia leader of Afghanistan and is an opponent of the Taliban.

8- Mohammad Yusuf: Former President of Afghanistan and has been the Minister of Internal Affairs in the government of Burhanuddin Rabbani.

9- Karim Khalili: His identity is that of a big Shia leader of Afghanistan. Khaleel belonging to the Hazara community is currently present in Pakistan. Saleh rejected the claim of possession of Panjshir

The Taliban have claimed complete control of Afghanistan. The news agency Reuters quoted Taliban sources as saying that the Taliban had now gained control of Panjshir as well. Till now it was occupied by the anti-Taliban faction. However, this claim was rejected by former Vice-President Amrulla Saleh. He said that the fight is on and will continue. I am with my soil and protecting its dignity. At the same time, a Twitter account associated with Panjshir said that Pakistan, Russia and China are running propaganda against Panjshir Resistance.

Differences over departments, speculation on names

According to the information received about the formation of the new Taliban government in Afghanistan, Sher Abbas Stanakzai can be made foreign minister. There is a constant churning on what will be the role of the rest of the leaders in the new government. It also remains to be seen whether leaders like former President Hamid Karzai and former Chief Executive Dr Abdullah Abdullah are included in the government or not.

Differences over portfolios, speculation on names According to the information received about the formation of the new Taliban government in Afghanistan, Sher Abbas Stanakzai can be made foreign minister. There is a constant churning on what will be the role of the rest of the leaders in the new government. It also remains to be seen whether leaders like former President Hamid Karzai and former Chief Executive Dr Abdullah Abdullah are included in the government or not.

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