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Appointed to Settle The pasture Dispute Between Kochi and Hazara in Ghazni Province

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The previous government failed to end the grassland dispute between Kochi and Hazara ethnic groups.

According to the official, a delegation led by acting minister Mullah Noori has left for the province of Ghazni to discuss the Kochi and Hazara issue over grazing land.

The delegation includes Mullah Noorullah Noori, Acting Minister for Tribal and border Affairs; Mowlavi Fazal Bari Fazli, acting deputy Minister for Agriculture, Haji Najib, acting director for General Directorate of Intelligence, Haji Khalifa, a representative for the Interior Minister, Mawlavi Obaidullah, Representative for Attorney General Office.

The Official asserted that the acting government saw conflict resolution as part of its mandate and would mobilize all resources to that end. Therefore, the delegation aimed to find a permanent solution in the Nawar District of Ghazni.

The grassland dispute has a long history between Pashtun nomad-Kuchis and Hazara ethnic groups. The Ghazni people expressed concern about the advancement of armed Kuchis in their agricultural land last year. 

Several disputes existed in other parts of the Ghazni province, such as Malistan and Jaghori. In addition, a similar situation has been in other central provinces of Afghanistan, such as Maidan Wardak, Bamyan, and Ghor. 

Although the local people have frequently sought the local authorities to fix the problems, there was no intention of doing so. The head of the deployed delegation hoped that the dispute would end soon if both sides cooperated with the delegations.

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