New Delhi: In line with media reviews, Former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani’s brother Hashmat Ghani Ahmadzai has joined the Taliban and introduced his assist for the group.
This comes after Ashraf Ghani, who has taken refuge within the UAE, was reported to be in talks to return to Afghanistan as he denied the allegation that he left Kabul with suitcases full of money.
The contemporary reviews on Saturday state that Hashmat Ghani Ahmadzai, chief of the Grand Council of Kuchis, introduced his assist for the Taliban within the presence of chief Khalil-ur-Rehman and spiritual scholar Mufti Mahmood Zakir.
A purported video of the assembly has additionally surfaced on social media.
Earlier Ghani, who left Kabul on Sunday as Taliban surrounded the Afghanistan capital, stated that he was in talks to return to the nation. He additionally stated the allegations that he escaped with suitcases of money had been “completely baseless”, saying it was all “political and personality assassination”, Al Jazeera reported.
Following Ghani’s exit, Russian Embassy in Kabul had on Monday claimed that Ghani left Kabul with 4 vehicles and a helicopter filled with money.
“As for the collapse of the regime, it is most eloquently characterised by the way Ghani fled from Afghanistan: four cars were full of money, they tried to put part of the money into a helicopter, but everything did not fit. And some of the money was left on the runway”, Sputnik had quoted Russian diplomatic mission spokesperson Nikita Ishenko as saying.
Responding to the claims, Ghani added, “I was forced to leave Afghanistan with one set of traditional clothes, a vest, and the sandals I was wearing,” New York Publish reported.
In a video posted on Fb on Wednesday, Ghani contended that he needed to go away the nation to keep away from bloodshed and backed the latest talks between the fear group and former Afghan president Hamid Karzai to stabilise the nation.
In the meantime, the Taliban say they’re working to unveil a brand new governing framework for Afghanistan within the subsequent few weeks. “Legal, religious and foreign policy experts in the Taliban aim to present the new governing framework in the next few weeks,” a spokesperson for the Islamist motion advised Reuters on Saturday.