Authorities on Monday for the first time linked the violence to what they said were members of Islamist groups.
Akhundzada, known as the leader of the faithful or Amir ul Momineen, had not been seen in public even after the Taliban's August takeover of the country, giving rise to speculation.
Another man was also injured in the shooting, and was evacuated to Wolfson Hospital independently. He is classified as being in serious condition.
Opposition politicians criticized the move and said it reflected the government's anti-Muslim attitude in the Hindu-majority country.
The Islamic Movement's leader MK Abbas has led a feminist reform in the movement, first introducing female representatives to Ra'am in 2019.
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Salah accused Jews of using children's blood to bake bread, according to Israeli newspapers.
After the fatal stabbing in Chemnitz, its leaders said the violent riots that followed were understandable.
The indictment details the preliminary steps which the cell members undertook, including purchasing an illegal Carlo-style submachine gun.