Taliban co-founder and now Afghan Deputy Prime Minister Mura Abdul Ghani Baradar appeared in an interview with Afghan State Television in rumors of his death.
Mullah Baradar starred in a television interview in rumors of his death. (Photo: Twitter / @ Ahmadmuttaqi01)
With increasing questions about his whereabouts, the Taliban co-founder and now Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, reportedly appeared in an interview with Afghan state television.
Taliban leader Ahmadura Muttaki said in a tweet that the latest interview with Mura Abdul Ghani Baradar will be announced today, adding that “all enemy propaganda is officially blocked.”
— Ahmadullah Muttaqi (@ Ahmadmuttaqi01) September 15, 2021
Baradal earlier this week Release voice statement He said he was alive and even after the news of his death was talked about on social media.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was named second in Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund last week.
He accused the “fake propaganda” of death rumors in a voice message posted by the Taliban.
Social media is enthusiastic about speculation that he was fatally injured in a shootout between rival Taliban factions at the presidential residence.
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“There was news about my death in the media. The past few nights I was on a trip. Wherever I am now, all my brothers and friends are fine,” Baradar said in a clip. ..
“The media is always publishing fake propaganda. Therefore, we bravely reject all these lies. I’m 100% sure you’re okay and okay.”
A Taliban spokesman for the Qatar office, Suhail Shaheen, also tweeted denying reports of the death of the Taliban co-founder.
In a voice message, Mullah Bradar Akhund, Deputy Prime Minister of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, rejected all allegations of being injured or killed in the clash. He says it’s a lie and completely unfounded.
— Sukhail Shaheen. (@ Suhailshaheen1) September 13, 2021
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Taliban leader Mura Baradar appears in an interview while his whereabouts are shrouded in mystery
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