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Afghan HPC spokesman calls Osama a martyr, wants US out of Afghanistan

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.

Mawlavi ShahidA senior Afghan high peace council official blamed US for growing instability in Afghanistan and called for withdrawal of US troops from the country.

The remarks by Mawlavi Shahzada Shahid comes as the US aid in various sectors continues to Afghanistan, despite the relations have been strained recently.

Mawlavi Shahid also called Osama bin Ladin, the former chief of al Qaeda network, a martyre and said the main reason behind the war in Afghanistan and the region is US.

Shahid called United States a selfish country and insisted that there was no need for the presence of US in Afghanistan after the death of Osama bin Laden.

He called on civil society organizations, national council and Afghan people to assist the Afghan high peace council in bring peace and stability in the country.

Mawlavi Shahid’s remarks will likely provoke further rage among the US officials who are already frustrated as relations have been strained between Kabul and Washington due to president Karzai’s refusal to sign the security agreement and recent release of dangerous prisoners from Bagram prison.

The United States and International community have spent billions of dollars and have lost hundreds of troops in Afghanistan since the beginning of anti-terror war in the country.

Political analysts believe that such remarks can be made only by those individuals who are being supported by regional spy agencies, that are directly involved in the instability in Afghanistan.

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