The famous Terrorist returned from Guantanamo Jail become Afghanistan’s defense minister.
The Taliban are gaining ground after occupying Afghanistan. This time the militants have started the process of forming a cabinet.
One of the critical news came to light. They are returning the Guantanamo Bay militant to the post of Secretary of Defense.
According to an international media source, the new Defense Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir. The subject has already begun to be practiced internationally.
Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir is a notorious Taliban militant. Zakir is very close to Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban.
He was captured by US forces in 2001 after the fall of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. He was later sent directly to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, known as the most brutal prison in the world.
The US administration decided to close the prison last year after a long period of control by the US military. This prison has witnessed the worst atrocities, the extreme atrocities of the militants.
Such high-profile militants like Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir were also at Guantanamo Bay. The United States handed him over to the Afghan government in 2006.
But back in the country, Zakir continued his militant activities. He led the militants to occupy Afghanistan this year.
He is receiving the reward from him. Mollah Abdul Qayyum Zakir, close to Mollah Omar, will be appointed Defense Minister of the internal government.
In fact, after 6 years of continuous torture in the American prison, Zakir seems to have become even more difficult. Today’s Taliban forces have given such a leader the responsibility of defending the country.
The names of a few more ministers have been posted. The foremost militant leaders could be ministers of the interior.
The Taliban want to quickly form a cabinet next month and firmly establish itself as the government of Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, militants have ensured that Afghans can leave the country even after August 31. Americans and other foreign nationals are being deported.
And that is why the image of the overflowing crowd at Kabul airport does not change at all. The north gate is practically a sea of people. Many times the Taliban shoot to avoid the group.
Another 24 returned to India from Kabul on Thursday morning. Among them are 11 Nepalese citizens.
In this situation, the center is sitting today at the meeting of all parties. Afghanistan’s rescue operations could be discussed as “Operation Goddess Shakti.”
Devika Chowdhury – She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.