Doha: Taliban leader Anas Haqqani has criticized Britain’s Prince Harry for his confession of killing 25 people in a mission during the war in Afghanistan and strongly condemned the statement. According to the World News Agency, British Prince Harry’s book Spear will soon be published, where the prince has made many surprising revelations and confessions, which sparked a new debate. Prince Harry, who served in the British army for 10 years. However, in an excerpt from his autobiography, he admitted to having served as a pilot during the Afghan war and participated in six air operations. It is sad and they are not proud of it because the dead were the seal of the war. Reacting to this, Anas Haqqani, the leader of the Afghan Taliban and a member of the negotiating team in Qatar, wrote on Twitter that Mr. Harry! Those you killed were not living chess pieces. They also had families waiting for the safe return of their loved ones.