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Dreaded Terrorist Sirajuddin Haqqani Becomes Home Minister

The Taliban has announced an interim government in Afghanistan. The dreaded terrorists have  made from Prime Minister to Home Minister.

Mullah Hassan Akhund, who is included in the list of UN terrorists, has been made Prime Minister. While America’s most wanted terrorist Sirajuddin Haqqani has been made the Home Minister. Mulla Baradar will be the Deputy PM.

India Considers Number-1 Enemy

Sirajuddin Haqqani, who considers India as the number-1 enemy, included in the hit list of the FBI. America has also kept a reward of 5 million dollars i.e. about 38 crores on this terrorist.

Terrorist Was Adamant For This Post

According to the information, Haqqani was earlier adamant for the post of Defense Minister. Due to this he also clashed with Mullah Yakub, son of Mullah Omar and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder of the Taliban. But later he agreed and thus the leader of the Haqqani network agreed to the post of Interior Minister of Afghanistan.

Haqqani’s Ties With Pakistan

Sirajuddin Haqqani is related to North Waziristan area of ​​Pakistan. Its terrorist organization Haqqani Network also has close links with al-Qaeda. At one point, Haqqani had conducted several terrorist attacks in Afghanistan while staying in Pakistan. In these, US and NATO forces  targeted. Apart from this, Sirajuddin Haqqani has also  involved in the conspiracy to kill Hamid Karzai in 2008.

Education Minister Becomes International Terrorist

The Taliban has given the post of education minister to Abdul Baqi Haqqani. Let us inform that Abdul is also an international terrorist and he has blacklisted by the United Nations since 2001. Imagine what will be the condition of education in Afghanistan when an international terrorist is the education minister. Meanwhile, the Taliban have made new rules for girls going to school and college in Afghanistan.

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