After operating out of Pakistan for more than a decade, the leaders of Afghanistan's Taliban movement may have moved back to their homeland to try to build on this year's gains in the war and to establish a permanent presence.
If confirmed, the move would be a sign of the Taliban's confidence in their fight against the U.S-backed government in Kabul. It could also be an attempt by the militants to distance themselves from Pakistan, which is accused of supporting the movement.
In this episode of Tawde Khabare, host Shahpoor Bakhtiar discusses the topic with following guests.
• Abdul Jabbar Qahraman, MP
• Daud Kalakani, MP
• Musa Khan Akbarzada, former governor of Ghazni