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Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s Facebook page hacked, hacker said – let the world recognize Taliban


Highlights

  • Former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani’s Facebook page hacked
  • Ashraf Ghani himself informed about the hacking of the Facebook page by tweeting
  • He said that he rejects the post written on Facebook after being hacked

Dubai
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s Facebook page has been hacked. Ashraf Ghani himself informed about the hacking of his Facebook page by tweeting. He said that after being hacked, he rejects every post written on Facebook. On the other hand, hackers have written a post saying that countries around the world should recognize the Taliban government of Afghanistan.

Ashraf Ghani tweeted that my official Facebook page has been hacked since yesterday. Until and unless this page is under my control, any post written on it is not legal. Unknown hackers have written a post from Ashraf Ghani’s Facebook profile page, urging the international community to recognize the Taliban government. Ashraf Ghani had fled to the UAE just before the Taliban captured Kabul.
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Accused of absconding with 12 billion rupees from the government treasury
Ashraf Ghani was accused of absconding with 12 billion rupees from the government treasury of Afghanistan. After this Ashraf Ghani clarified these allegations and said that Kabul was surrounded by Taliban and he left the country to stop the bloodshed. Ashraf Ghani had said that he had to leave Kabul so early that he could not even take off his sandals and put on shoes.

Ashraf Ghani said, ‘I took only a waistcoat and some clothes. Efforts are being made to kill my character and it is being said that I ran away with money. These allegations are baseless. You can also ask the customs department officials. They are baseless. He said, ‘I could not even take off my sandals and put on shoes in their place. I was taken out of Afghanistan. Ghani, who lives in the UAE, said, ‘If I had stayed, I would have witnessed the bloodshed in Kabul. I have left Afghanistan on the advice of government officials. Kabul should not turn into another Yemen or Syria in the struggle for power, because of this I was forced to leave the country.

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