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Taliban co-founder and top commander Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (Taliban Commander Mullah Baradar) Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan(Afghanistan Kabul) has returned. Baradar was still in Qatar’s capital Doha, where he was involved in talks with the Taliban and representatives of the US-led Western countries. He was accorded a warm welcome by other Taliban leaders after the plane landed in Kabul on Tuesday. The leaders present in Kabul raised slogans in support of Baradar. It is believed that Mullah Baradar can be made the next President of Afghanistan. Mullah Baradar has played a major role in finalizing the agreement regarding the withdrawal of US forces.
Taliban said, burqa is not mandatory for women, but hijab is necessary, said a big thing about education
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After the plane landed in Kabul on Tuesday, it was given a warm welcome by other Taliban leaders. The leaders present in Kabul raised slogans in support of Baradar. It is believed that Mullah Baradar can be made the next President of Afghanistan. Mullah Baradar has played a major role in finalizing the agreement on the withdrawal of US forces. Mullah Baradar founded the Taliban along with Mullah Omar in the 1990s.
After 9/11, when the US attacked the Taliban, Mullah Baradar along with other top Taliban leaders also went underground and was caught in Pakistan in 2010. It is said that American intelligence agency CIA and Pakistani security personnel caught him from Karachi. But Baradar was released when talks began with the Taliban regarding the withdrawal of US forces. He also continued to participate in the talks between the Taliban and foreign forces in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
Mullah Baradar was born into an influential Pashtun community in the Uruzgan province of southern Afghanistan. Baradar was one of the founders of the Islamic Sharia-led Taliban in the 1990s. In the 1980s, it fought together with the Mujahideen against the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan. Baradar declared jihad against Soviet forces from Kandahar. Mullah Baradar hails from Dehraud district of Afghanistan and is a Pashtun.
When the Taliban was ousted from power in 2001 after the 9/11 attacks in America, Mullah Baradar got involved in the campaign against American soldiers. Before 2001, when the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, Mullah Baradar was serving as the Deputy Defense Minister in that government.
Mullah Baradar went underground after the US attack and was captured ten years later in Karachi, Pakistan. Baradar was the most trusted leader of the Taliban’s biggest leader, Mullah Omar, when peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government began in Qatar, Mullah Baradar was released. Since then, he was engaged in carrying out the mission of re-establishing the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan.