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Islamic Emirate Introduces New Members of Caretaker Cabinet

The Islamic Emirate late Monday announced 38 new members of the caretaker government, in military and civil positions. 

The new recruitments include a political deputy for the prime minister, acting minister for the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, deputy ministers, and commanders of corps. 

In the meantime, the Islamic Emirate’s officials at the cultural commission said they believe that hiring experienced military people will be the first step to forming a powerful army in Afghanistan. 

“We are forming a powerful army. Introducing corps’ leadership is the first step forward,” said Rohullah Omar, a member of the cultural commission. 

In the new list, the names of Afghanistan’s military corps have changed. Now "Mazar corps" is mentioned instead of Afghanistan’s 209 Shaheen Corps. 

“We hope the new army can defend Afghanistan’s territorial integrity and respond to any possible movements by enemies and forces opposed to the current government,” said Mohammad Sadeq Shinwari, a former military figure.  

Names of some key members of the caretaker cabinet: 

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, Political Deputy for Prime Minister  

Mullah Abdul Majid, acting Minister for the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled Affairs 

Mawlawi Muti-ul Haq, the head of Afghan Red Crescent Society  

Mawlawi Nooruddin Turabi Deputy Head of the Red Crescent Society 

Mullah Mehrullah Hemad, the commander of Kandahar Corps  

Mawlawi Hamdullah, the commander of Kabul Corps  

Mawlawi Attaullah Omari, the commander of Mazar Corps  

Mawlawi Mohammad Zarif Mozafar, the commander of Herat Corps  

Mawlawi Sharafuddin Taqi the commander of Helmand Corps  

Mullah Rahmarullah Mohammad the commander of Kunduz Corps  

Abod Jana, the commander of Laghman Corps  

Qari Mohammad Ayoub, the commander of Paktia corps  

Islamic Emirate Introduces New Members of Caretaker Cabinet

The new recruitments include a political deputy for the prime minister, acting minister for the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, deputy ministers.

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The Islamic Emirate late Monday announced 38 new members of the caretaker government, in military and civil positions. 

The new recruitments include a political deputy for the prime minister, acting minister for the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, deputy ministers, and commanders of corps. 

In the meantime, the Islamic Emirate’s officials at the cultural commission said they believe that hiring experienced military people will be the first step to forming a powerful army in Afghanistan. 

“We are forming a powerful army. Introducing corps’ leadership is the first step forward,” said Rohullah Omar, a member of the cultural commission. 

In the new list, the names of Afghanistan’s military corps have changed. Now "Mazar corps" is mentioned instead of Afghanistan’s 209 Shaheen Corps. 

“We hope the new army can defend Afghanistan’s territorial integrity and respond to any possible movements by enemies and forces opposed to the current government,” said Mohammad Sadeq Shinwari, a former military figure.  

Names of some key members of the caretaker cabinet: 

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, Political Deputy for Prime Minister  

Mullah Abdul Majid, acting Minister for the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled Affairs 

Mawlawi Muti-ul Haq, the head of Afghan Red Crescent Society  

Mawlawi Nooruddin Turabi Deputy Head of the Red Crescent Society 

Mullah Mehrullah Hemad, the commander of Kandahar Corps  

Mawlawi Hamdullah, the commander of Kabul Corps  

Mawlawi Attaullah Omari, the commander of Mazar Corps  

Mawlawi Mohammad Zarif Mozafar, the commander of Herat Corps  

Mawlawi Sharafuddin Taqi the commander of Helmand Corps  

Mullah Rahmarullah Mohammad the commander of Kunduz Corps  

Abod Jana, the commander of Laghman Corps  

Qari Mohammad Ayoub, the commander of Paktia corps  

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