Haqqani was a prominent cleric in the Taliban who had survived previous attacks, including a large blast in the northern Pakistani city of Peshawar in 2020 claimed by the Islamic State that killed at least seven people.
Al-Zawahiri, who was killed in a US drone strike carried out by the CIA in Kabul on Sunday, was a top deputy to bin Laden before taking the helm of the group.
The matter came to light Sunday when Ahmadullah Wasiq, director general of the National Radio and Television, Afghanistan, tweeted a photo of one of the team members posing at the venue with the Taliban's flag.
Poverty and hunger have rocketed in Afghanistan since the Islamist militants took power after the United States pulled out, and India has sent food grains and other aid.
The move evoked similar restrictions on women during the Taliban's previous hard-line rule between 1996 and 2001.
Three explosions at a boys' high school in western Kabul also left many injured.
Girls have been banned from going to school beyond the sixth grade, women are barred from boarding planes if they travel unaccompanied by a male relative.
The unexpected decision, confirmed by a Taliban official Wednesday, came at the start of the new school year in Afghanistan.
The 23-year-old Najeeb al-Hindi, an M.Tech student from Kerala, was killed, apparently in a suicide attack, reported ISKP's publication 'Voice of Khurasan'.
The New York Times obtained the footage through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against US Central Command, which then posted the imagery to its website.