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Taliban Cancels Oath-Taking Ceremony To Save Money:- The oath-taking ceremony of the Taliban in Afghanistan was canceled which was planned to take place on September 11th. It was planned to take place on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 attacks told the reports. There are talks that the decision was taken to save money as the country is in a deep financial crisis. There are also talks that the pressure is mounted on the Taliban by its allies to call off the oath-taking ceremony. The Taliban never confirmed the news officially though there were strong rumors about the same. There are talks that the invitations are sent to Pakistan, China, Turkey, Qatar, Iran, Russia, USA and India. Some of the countries were not ready to participate in the ceremony if it is held on September 11th.
Russia announced that it would be represented at the inauguration event by the ambassador-level officials. The leadership of the Islamic Emirate confused the people further and the new date is expected to be announced very soon. Inamullah Samangani, a member of the Taliban government's cultural commission tweeted saying "The inauguration ceremony of the new Afghan government was canceled a few days ago. In order not to confuse people further, the leadership of the Islamic Emirate announced the part of the Cabinet, and it has already started to work".
The interim cabinet was announced on Tuesday under the leadership of Hibatullah Akhundzada, a supreme leader of the Taliban.