Noor is an influential political figure being a senior member of Jamiat-e-Islami party and current governor of northern Balkh province of Afghanistan, who has remained a close ally of Dr. Abdullah in presidential elections.
In an online statement, Noor said that Dr. Abdullah deserves to be the president of Afghanistan, insisting that they will defend from the rights of Dr. Abdullah as he is true winner of election.
He warned that Afghanistan is close to witness the so called widespread ‘green and orange’ anti-fraud movements as the rival teams are not prepared to conclude a deal on unity government.
Noor accused the electoral bodies for being involved in massive fraud in favour of Dr. Abdullah’s rival team during the presidential elections.
He said Dr. Abdullah’s rival team is looking to ignore talks on unity government deal and are trying to gain power through fraudulent votes.
This comes as Noor called on his supporters earlier this month to prepare for widespread anti-fraud movements as the Afghan election was once again put at a risk of an impasse after Dr. Abdullah’s camp warned to withdraw from talks and boycott the audit process.
The latest remarks by Noor comes as the two candidates were due to meet today to conclude an agreement on a number of sticky points regarding the formation of a national unity government. However, the negotiations did not take place due to unknown reasons.
Release of final vote results, share of power and authorities of the chief executive are said to be the main reasons prohibiting the conclusion of the controversial electoral process.