What will be the future of Afghanistan, what will be the new government of Afghanistan, it can be decided in the next 3-4 days. The Taliban leadership is reaching Kabul from Doha today and is likely to hold talks with the Coordination Council set up by former President Hamid Karzai. The former president is trying to persuade the Taliban to a mixed interim government.
According to information received from sources to The Gurkha Times, the Taliban leadership is reaching Kabul today from Doha and here former President Hamid Karzai, Dr Abdullah and former Mujahideen Gulbadin Hekmatiyar will talk to the Taliban leaders reaching Kabul under the leadership of Mullah Baradar.
Reliable sources told The Gurkha Times that these three leaders would propose to the Taliban leaders that the entire Taliban government should be replaced by a comprehensive interim government involving different political parties in Afghanistan for the time being.
According to sources, former President Hamid Karzai will also explain to the Taliban that by doing so, the Taliban can also get the recognition of the international community, otherwise countries around the world will refuse to recognise the Taliban’s rule.
The Gurkha Times also got information from sources that in the meantime, President Ashraf Ghani is currently in Oman and is about to leave for America. According to sources, Tajikistan did not allow his ship to land on its soil.
Five killed in US troops firing at airport
There is a lot of panic in Kabul after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. People want to leave the country to save their lives and the airport is the only way to get out of here. Thousands of people have gathered at the Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul. There is a fight to get on the plane.
To control the situation, America has deployed six thousand of its soldiers at the airport. The latest news is that five people have been killed in the firing of American soldiers at the airport. On the other hand, the Taliban has issued a statement saying that its fighters will not harm those who want to leave the country.