Hibatullah Akhundzada turned into the incomparable commandant of the Taliban in May 2016 and is presently head of the supposed Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
During the 1980s, he took an interest in the Islamist opposition against the Soviet military mission in Afghanistan, yet his standing is more that of a strict pioneer than a tactical leader.
Akhundzada filled in as the top of the Sharia Courts during the 1990s.
After first holding onto power during the 1990s, the Taliban acquainted and upheld disciplines concurring with their severe translation of Islamic law: they openly executed killers and philanderers and excised criminals’ appendages.
Under the initiative of the antisocial Mullah Mohammed Omar (who is thought to have kicked the bucket in 2013), the Taliban additionally prohibited TV, music, films, make-up, and halted young ladies matured 10 and over from going to class.
Akhundzada is accepted to be in his 60s and has lived a large portion of his life in Afghanistan.
Nonetheless, most authorities on the matter would agree, he keeps up with close binds with the purported “Quetta Shura” – the Afghan Taliban pioneers said to be situated in the Pakistani city of Quetta.
As the gathering’s incomparable administrator, Akhundzada is responsible for political, military and strict undertakings.