Taliban Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Ghani Baradar has denied reports that he was killed in a suspected fight with a rival terrorist group as he appeared on camera for the first time after several days in hiding.
According to foreign media, the Islamic group was found in fierce fighting with the so-called ‘moderate’ who are thought to be at war with fierce terrorist groups, as the two fight for power in the vacuum left by America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Baradar, a member of the old Taliban guard who led negotiations with the Americans in Qatar, was thought to have been involved in a clash with Khalil Haqqani, a leader in the Haqqani Terrorist Network and one of the FBI’s most wanted men, at the presidential palace in Kabul. .
Tensions erupted over an audio recording and a handwritten statement, both alleged by Baradar himself, which denied he had been killed.
Baradar appeared in an interview with the country’s national TV to refute the allegations.
“I was traveling from Kabul so I did not have access to the media in order to reject this news.” “I’m fine. The media says there are internal disputes. “There is nothing between us, it is not true,” he said.
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