Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid on Monday said the interim cabinet of the Afghanistan government included technocrats and people from other ethnicities.
“The cabinet members will include more talented people. The new cabinet also represents the Hazara community,” said Zabihullah Mujahid while talking to media in Kabul. He said that the formation of the cabinet was not final yet, more people would join the cabinet.
The Taliban spokesman told reporters at the press conference that Pakistan was not interfering in Afghanistan’s internal affairs and appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts for peace in Afghanistan.
He said that Pakistan, Qatar, China and other countries were in touch with them and they supported the efforts of Pakistan, Qatar, China and other countries for peace in Afghanistan. “Let the world recognize our government,” he said.
Zabihullah Mujahid said that the suspects involved in the Nangarhar blasts had been arrested, anti-peace elements were conducting operations in some parts of Afghanistan, but the government would take measures to maintain law and order. “Afghanistan will soon be stable,” he added.
When asked about the education of girls, he said that there was no objection to the education of girls, the guidelines would come out soon.
Zabihullah Mujahid said that there was an urgent need for women in the fields of health, higher education, schools, police and judiciary. He said that women had started working in some institutions and in some others they would start working soon.
Meanwhile, Director General Inter Services Public Relations Major General Babar Iftikhar has said that some leading international and Indian media outlets published and aired fake news stories in an attempt to propagate Pakistan’s interference in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.
He said the manner in which Indian journalists and media outlets spread lies regarding the Panjshir conflict exposed that they relied on fabricated and concocted information.