What are the main points and are you saying they were accepted or not. Your phrasing is slightly confusing.
What I am saying is that if you compare the message of Badshah Khan to any current leader of the Taliban you will see that the ideology is NOT the same.
You are expecting consistency within madhabs, and such is not possible. Every population is going to behave according to their culture, their mores, and have a different leader. The Hanafi madhab that was most popular there has now been polluted by Wahabism to such an extent that Sufi has become a dirty word there.
Also I do not think you can call the people who chose to follow Badshah Khan illiterate or uneducated or anything like that. If schooling was not accessible to them, they made up for it in heart. They broke the British Empire and sacrificed themselves greatly to do so. They sought to educate an entire generation in a very short span. Their efforts are heroic, and they should not be slighted in any way.