Kabul,(FASTMAIL) - Following the occupation of Afghanistan, the Taliban has said that no interim government will be formed for the transfer of power in Afghanistan. He said they were going to take full control of Afghanistan. Earlier, as soon as President Ashraf Ghani left the country, Taliban fighters entered Kabul and the commanders claimed to have captured the Presidential Palace.
Two Taliban officials have said that no caretaker government will be formed for the transfer of power in Afghanistan. The group also said it was going to take full control of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the situation has worsened with the infiltration of the Taliban in Kabul. Incidents of firing have come to light in many places. However, the Taliban has said that it is trying to establish peace.
Earlier, there was talk of making former minister Ali Ahmed Jalali the interim president of the country. Jalali served as Afghanistan's interior minister from January 2003 to September 2005. Earlier, acting interior minister Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal had said in a televised address that there would be a peaceful transfer of power.
According to a report, Mullah Abdul Gani Baradar, the head of the Taliban's political office, has arrived in Kabul. It is believed that Abdul Ghani Baradar could become the new president of Afghanistan. Earlier, it was said that Ali Ahmed Jalali, a US-based academic and former Afghan interior minister, could be made head of the interim administration.