Monopolisation of Power Pushing Afghans to Fight for Their Rights, Says Former Afghan NSA

Friday, 08/19/2022

Taliban leaders are unaware of the current affairs of the country and have internal rifts, said Hamdullah Mohib, former National Security Advisor.

Referring to the Kandahar meet, Mohib stressed that the monopoly of power by one group forces Afghans to stand for their rights.

The Taliban held a grand meeting with the participation of their officials in Kandahar on Thursday.

According to media reports, around 3,000 tribal elders, religious scholars, and Taliban officials participated in the meeting and discussed the current affairs of Afghanistan.

This was the second largest meeting of the Taliban that has been held so far. Previously, the Taliban held a three-day meeting in Kabul, in which, according to the group, participants pledged allegiance to their leader, Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada.

In the Kandahar meeting, Taliban officials defended the restrictions which have been imposed in various aspects of life in Afghanistan.

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