According to Afghan media, the Taliban delegation was led by Anas Haqqani, a member of the political office in Qatar. Former Afghan Senate Chairman Fazal Hadi and other officials were also present at the meeting.
Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid also confirmed the Taliban leaders’ first regular meeting with Afghan political leaders in Kabul. The Taliban delegation reviewed the security arrangements of the political leaders and provided foolproof security to the Afghan political leadership.
The Afghan Taliban has said that Afghan citizens will have to hand over weapons and ammunition to them. According to Taliban leader Amir Khan Mottaki, a comprehensive government should be formed in Afghanistan.
Steps are being taken to control the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Taliban have said that Afghan citizens will have to hand over weapons and ammunition to them. More Afghan Taliban leaders will come to light. The world will gradually see their leaders; there will be no secrecy.
Taliban leader Amir Khan Mottaki has called for a comprehensive government in Afghanistan.
According to the news agency, normal life has started in Kabul; the streets are bustling, shops and restaurants have opened.
Kabul shopkeepers say there are no security issues. Residents of Kabul have expressed hope that the Taliban will help the people. People have also complained about the increase in prices.
According to Afghan media, foreigners and Afghans are also trying to leave Afghanistan. Many women and children are present at Kabul airport; some of them do not even have passports and other documents.
According to the news agency, the Indian diplomatic staff reached Kabul airport under Taliban siege. A group of Taliban armed with machine guns and grenade launchers was present outside the Indian embassy for security. Two dozen vehicles left the Indian embassy.
On the other hand, the presence of the former President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been revealed.
The Foreign Ministry of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has confirmed that Ashraf Ghani is in the UAE; he and his family are in the UAE. He welcomed her and her family on humanitarian grounds.
Anti-Taliban demonstrations took place in several cities of Afghanistan; the Afghan flag was hoisted at the main intersection in Asadabad city of Kunar province, demonstrators in Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar, carried Afghan flags, Taliban fired to disperse the protesters. Three were killed, and at least 12 were injured.
The Taliban have taken over security outside Kabul airport. Hundreds of people tried to enter the airport, but the Taliban charged batons. A stampede broke out, and dozens were injured.