Kabul: After the withdrawal of America from Afghanistan, the Taliban have talked about forming a government in the country within a week. For this, a meeting was also held for three days, about which Afghan media quoted a source as saying that the discussions to form the government have been completed and the Taliban will soon announce the cabinet.
According to these sources, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been appointed foreign minister, Mullah Yacoub, son of Taliban founder Mullah Omar, has been appointed defense minister, and Khalifa Haqqani, son of Jalaluddin Haqqani, has been appointed minister of internal affairs.
Meanwhile, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted that a three-day meeting of the Taliban Leadership Council was held in Kandahar, chaired by Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzadeh. Political, social, and economic issues were discussed in the meeting.
Earlier, Taliban officials told the media that the officers in charge of the departments are now temporary so as not to disrupt the service delivery process.
However, the Taliban have repeatedly emphasized that they are trying to pave the way for providing services to the people by establishing an inclusive government. But even two weeks after the Taliban came to power, services are not being provided properly.
Banks, government offices, schools, and universities are still closed and at least 18 million people urgently need humanitarian aid to survive.