The Taliban have said they do not want a monopoly on power in Afghanistan. But there will be no peace in Afghanistan until a new government is formed after removing Afghan president Ashraf Ghani.
Kabul: The Taliban have said they do not want a monopoly on power in Afghanistan. But there will be no peace in Afghanistan until a new government is formed after removing Afghan president Ashraf Ghani.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen has said that the Taliban will lay down arms when a government acceptable to all sides is formed in Kabul.
A Taliban spokesman said that under this new government, women will be allowed to work, go to school and do politics, but wearing the hijab would be mandatory. It will also not be necessary to have a male relative while going out of the house.
In the Afghan districts which have been occupied by the Taliban, instructions have been given to work in a similar manner. Commanders who have not complied with this have been asked to appear before the military tribunal.
Suhail said that for now the Taliban have refrained from capturing the capital of Afghanistan.
"There is no intention of occupying Kabul," he said.
Recently, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said that the Taliban have deep ties with terrorist organizations Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad.
Taliban wants to make Afghanistan a paradise of terrorists. According to Tolo News, Ghani, while addressing the soldiers at the Special Operations Command Center in Kabul, said that the government will not allow this to happen at all.