“Don’t worry, everything will be fine,” PTI quoted Hameed as saying: in a video clip of a press on to be arrival in Kabul. On the question of he was going to meet with the Taliban leaders, the ISI chief paused to go to the Pakistani ambassador in Kabul, Mansour Ahmad Khan, before answering himself: “I have just landed. We are working for peace and stability in Afghanistan.”
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The first official visit from a top Pakistani official to Afghanistan since the country in hands of the Taliban was apparently hastened by the latter’s worsening dispute with allies and factions over his choice of Haibatullah Akhundzada as the Supreme Leader. News agency ANI quoted the unverified Twitter handle of the Panjshir observer that heard the gunfire in Kabul on It was Friday night result of An power struggle between Baradar and Anas Haqqani.
Write for the in US based website 19fortyfive.com, Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute said the Taliban failed to achieve its goal of unveiling new government on September 3 because the Haqqanis and several other Taliban factions refused to accept Akhundzada as their supreme leader.
The delay may have signaled a much larger crisis within the Taliban, leaving ISI out of the woodwork and forcing a delegation led by Hameed. to delegate for the “emergency trip” to Kabul, Rubin said. According to him, “a unitary Taliban” has always been an illusion when “the” Quetta Shura is different from the Haqqani network is different from the northern Taliban.”
Amid what appeared to be ISIL’s open intervention in the crisis within the new regime, former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh was quoted as saying: in a “front line dispatch” to the in the UK-based Daily Mail that, despite claims to the contrary in Pakistan, the Taliban were “micromanaged” by the ISI. “The Taliban spokesman receives instructions from the Pakistani embassy literally every hour,” he said.
The Pakistani Observer reported that the ISI chief was expected to meet with Taliban leaders and commanders. “Issues met regarding Pak Afghan security, economy, and other matters will be taken up with the Taliban leadership,” the report said, citing sources.
According to another Pakistani newspaper, Express Tribune, Hameed also discuss the matter of repatriation and transit through Pakistan of foreigners and Afghans fleeing the Taliban rule. “The issue of in handling requests from countries and international organizations for the repatriation/transit through Pakistan and the need to determine the mechanism by which Pakistan could allow this, in coordination with the ground authorities in Afghanistan will be discussed at the meeting with the Taliban officials,” it said. The intelligence chief will spend one day in the Afghan capital, Geo News reported.
Hameed’s visit to Kabul came after army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa met British foreign secretary Dominic Raab before in the day and said Pakistan would help in the formation of an inclusive administration in Afghanistan. Raab had arrived in Islamabad on Thursday evening to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
Some Afghan factions are looking for a more including government and are not enthusiastic over attempts to fight the Panjshiris, wrote Rubin in 19fortyfive.com. The Taliban have largely conquered Afghanistan on the back of political deals in instead of military victories and are not excited over the losses die they suffer now in ground fighting in the valley and his approaches, he said.
It is Hameed and the factions he belongs to directly dictates that want until finish off Ahmad Massoud and Amrullah Saleh, the two main leaders of the resistance, he added.
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