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Amid thriller over whereabouts, Taliban chief Mullah Baradar seems in an interview 

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Amid mystery over whereabouts, Taliban leader Mullah Baradar appears in an interview 

Taliban co-founder and now deputy prime minister of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has appeared in an interview with Afghan state tv amid rumours of his loss of life.   Mullah Baradar has appeared in a TV interview amid rumours of his loss of life. (Photo: Twitter/@Ahmadmuttaqi01)Amid growing questions over his whereabouts, Taliban co-founder and now deputy prime minister of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has reportedly appeared in an interview with Afghan state tv.

Taliban chief Ahmadullah Muttaqi, in a tweet, stated that the newest interview of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar can be revealed immediately and added that “all the propaganda of the enemy will be officially thwarted”.. pic.twitter.com/9HWn9eafI0— Ahmadullah Muttaqi (@Ahmadmuttaqi01) September 15, 2021
Earlier this week, Baradar launched an audio assertion saying he was alive and effectively after information of his supposed demise went viral on social media.Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was final week named because the quantity two to Mullah Mohammed Hassan Akhund.He blamed “fake propaganda” for the loss of life rumours in an audio message posted by the Taliban.Social media has been in a frenzy over the hypothesis that he had been mortally wounded in a shootout between rival Taliban factions on the presidential palace.READ | Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar releases audio assertion amid rumours of loss of life”There had been news in the media about my death. Over the past few nights I have been away on trips. Wherever I am at the moment, we are all fine, all my brothers and friends,” Baradar stated within the clip.”Media always publish fake propaganda. Therefore, bravely reject all those lies, and I 100 percent confirm to you there is no issue and we have no problem.”Taliban spokesperson from Qatar workplace Suhail Shaheen additionally tweeted denying the studies of the Taliban co-founder’s loss of life.Mullah Bradar Akhund, Deputy PM, Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in a voice message rejected all these claims that he was injured or killed in a conflict. He says it’s lies and completely baseless.— Suhail Shaheen. (@suhailshaheen1) September 13, 2021
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