Afghanistan was ruled by thieves, now the real rulers are in power: Maulvi Abdul Haq Hammad
Taliban leader Maulvi Abdul Haq Hammad has said that earlier thieves were rulers but now the real heirs of the homeland have taken over the power.
Maulvi Mohammad Yaqub’s, head of the Taliban’s military commission, words are considered final words for Taliban.
In an interview with Afghan media, Taliban leader Maulvi Abdul Haq Hammad said that no more than 50 people were killed in the fall of all provinces, adding that the situation would not have been so well controlled without the support of the people.
He said that the riots were started by the head of Afghanistan who ran away in four vehicles full of dollars. It was decided that Ashraf Ghani along with the team supposed to transfer the power to the Taliban leadership.
Maulvi Abdul Haq says it was decided that Ashraf Ghani’s resignation would go to Qatar and be accepted there, after which a new system would be agreed upon. The better way was for the Taliban leadership to come to Afghanistan.
“In practice, Ashraf Ghani betrayed his team and the nation. The Taliban rule all of Afghanistan today. Negotiations are underway for a unified system,” he added.
Maulvi Abdul Haq Hammad also said that for the first time in 20 years, no Afghan was killed in 2 nights, no nation has suffered for more than 40 years and Afghanistan has been 40 years old.