Kabul: In Afghanistan, clashes have also started as soon as the Taliban government is formed. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was made deputy prime minister in the Taliban government, has left Kabul following differences with the top leader of the Haqqani Network. The battle between Baradar and Khalil-your-Rahman Haqqani over the division of power has begun.
A senior Taliban leader said that the two leaders had a heated argument over the interim cabinet at Kabul's presidential office last week. There has been a controversy between various groups over leadership and government formation since the Taliban captured Kabul on August 15. The Taliban's political unit is opposing the government's giving prominence to the Haqqani Network. The Haqqani Network considers itself the most combat unit of the Taliban.
Mullah Baradar's faction believes that his diplomacy has given the Taliban power in Afghanistan, while Haqqani network people believe that victory in Afghanistan has come on the strength of war. Abdul Ghani Baradar was the leader of several rounds of talks between the US and the Taliban in Doha. He has been taking credit for the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan. The Haqqani Network is considered to be the most dreaded of the Taliban, which is closely linked to Pakistan's forces.