‘Taliban warlord Mullah Omar had mental breakdown’
Taliban’s reclusive leader Mullah Omar has had a mental breakdown, one of his close aides has claimed.
London: Taliban’s reclusive leader Mullah Omar has had a mental breakdown, one of his close aides has claimed.
“If Mullah Omar were in good condition, he would send proof he is alive,” his ex-henchmen, who have not seen him for 11 years, said.
“I have not met Mullah Omar since 2001. I have questions about orders issued in his name,” the ex-associate added.
The one-eyed Mullah, one of the world’s most wanted men, disappeared after the 9/11 terror attacks.
Black-bearded Omar, 53, was last seen on a motorbike heading for the mountains after the invasion of Afghanistan that followed the 9/11 attacks.
According to the Sun, it is thought he may have had depression since 1999, when he survived a bomb attack that killed two of his brothers.
His family has a history of mental disorder, the report said.
According to the report, Omar has a 6.5 million pounds price on his head.