Taliban called propaganda the rumors of the death of its leader Mohammad Omar
The Islamist movement, Taliban has officially denied reports about the death of its leader Mohammad Omar, according to Associated Press . Taliban spokesman Zabiulla Mujahid told the agency that the rumors about the destruction of Mullah Omar are “propaganda.”
According to Mujahid, a leader of the Taliban is now in Afghanistan.
On the death of Mullah Omar on Monday, May 23, said an Afghan television channel Tolo. It was reported that Taliban leader was liquidated on May 21 on the road from the city of Quetta in the province of North Waziristan in Pakistan, the newspaper says Pak Tribune. It was assumed that the attack on the Rock has been committed by NATO forces.
Mohammed Omar in 1996-2001, was the actual leader of Afghanistan at a time when power in the country belonged to the Taliban. It is known that he was about 50 years. Previously, he was listed in the list of most wanted criminals by the United States for harboring Osama bin Laden and other members of Al Qaeda . ”