Taliban’s notorious leader Mullah Omar was killed nearly two and half a years ago around the time of the inauguration of the Taliban office in Qatar’s capital Doha. However, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, who was recently appointed as successor to Mullah Omar, hid his death.
To watch the whole program, click here:
According to Mullah Manan, a spokesman for a Taliban rival faction of Mullah Mansour, Mullah Omar was against the peace talks which were scheduled to take place after the inauguration of the Qatar office.
But now the group has been fragmented into several factions, an issue which Mullah Manan believes can create problems for the Afghan government in the peace process.
In this episode of TAWDE KHABARE, host Shahpoor Bakhtiyar discusses the topic with the following guests:
• Abdul Wadood Sediqqi, member of Rah-e-Nejat Council
• Asif Ashna, political analyst
• Matirullah, military analyst