‘Taliban is not a terrorist’, said Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind chief- If fighting for freedom was a terrorist, then Gandhi-Nehru were also there

When asked whether what Taliban is doing in crisis-hit Afghanistan, is it right? He said, “I don’t know what is happening there. Right now the government has not even come there. First let them run the government independently. We can’t say anything until he rules completely.”

Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind chief Arshad Madani does not consider the Taliban a terrorist in the midst of the Afghanistan crisis. He has said that those who fight for freedom are not terrorists. If fighting for it is terror, then Mahatma Gandhi, the country’s first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Sheikhuddin were also terrorists.

He said these things in an interview given to the Hindi newspaper ‘Dainik Bhaskar’. He is also the principal of Darul Uloom in Deoband, Saharanpur, UP. Both Taliban and Darul Uloom are believed to follow the Deoband ideology. He told that the Taliban do not believe in slavery, while Darul Uloom was formed to oppose slavery. The rest of us have nothing to do with them. By the way, it cannot prove that any person from Darul Uloom is in contact with the people of Taliban.

When asked whether what Taliban is doing in crisis-hit Afghanistan, is it right? He said, “I don’t know what is happening there. Right now the government has not even come there. First let them run the government independently. We can’t say anything until he rules completely.”

India, Australia advocate for ‘inclusive government’ in Afghanistan India and Australia have called for a “comprehensive and inclusive” government in Afghanistan to ensure lasting peace and stability there and have clearly indicated their reluctance to recognize the Taliban regime. A joint statement issued on Sunday after the initial ‘two-plus-two’ talks between India and Australia said that both sides want the rights of women and children to be protected, their full contribution in public life. It also expressed concern over violence targeting women’s rights advocates.

World needs talks with Afghan Taliban to avoid refugee crisis Meanwhile, Pakistan’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yousuf said on Saturday that the world needs to hold constructive talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan to save the regime from collapse and avert another refugee crisis. . In a webinar organized by the Center for Aerospace and Security Studies (CASS) Islamabad on ‘Afghanistan’s Future and Local Sustainability: Challenges, Opportunities and the Way Ahead’, he said that it would be a mistake by the international community to leave Afghanistan isolated again. .

As the interim PM, Akhund gets the reins of the country: Let us tell you that the Taliban announced the government on 7 September, almost three weeks after the occupation of Afghanistan. There, Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund was given the reins of the country as interim PM. Akhund, who held several key positions in the Taliban’s previous government, including foreign minister, is also known for his list of fatwas, including the decision to “destroy Buddha statues in Bamiyan” as a member of the organization’s powerful Sura council.

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