Taliban's arbitrariness continues, Afghan cricket chief removed, handed over to Naseebullah Haqqani

Kabul: After forming the government in Afghanistan, the Taliban, a terror group, has now taken it down arbitrarily. The Taliban have now removed the Chief (Chief Executive Director) of the Afghanistan Cricket Board. Its new Taliban member has been handed over the command. Until now Hamid Shinwari was the executive director of the Afghan Cricket Board. He said in his Facebook post that the Taliban have removed Hamid from office.

The official Facebook page of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has also announced the formation of Naseebullah Haqqani (Naseeb Khan) as the new Chief Executive Director (CEO). According to information received, Hamid Shinwari has been removed by Anas Haqqani, the younger brother of new Taliban Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani. Hamid Shinwari writes that the reason for his removal has not been given, all that has been reported is that Naseebullah Haqqani is being appointed as the executive director of the Afghan Cricket Board.

Who is The New Chief of the Afghan Cricket Board, Naseebullah Haqqani? Is he a relative of Sirajuddin Haqqani? This is not clear at the moment. Tell you that Sirajuddin Haqqani is on the wanted list of FBI. FBI was searching for several major attacks in Kabul over the past 20 years.

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