October 21, 2018

Ex-Jihadi commander urges government to allow him launch parallel anti-militants drive

By Zabihullah Moosakhail - Mon Aug 17 2015, 11:41 am

Haji Hazrat AliHaji Hazrat Ali, a former Jihadi commander and member the parliament has urged government to allow him launch a parallel anti-militant operation in order to restore peace in Nangarhar province.

According to a report published on Monday by Afghanistan’s Salam Watandar news, Haji Hazrat Ali believes that government is hesitant in taking on militants in some areas and therefore focusing on Khogyani and Hisarak districts,

He says that the situation would get normal within days if government allows him apply his plans.

“We give the government a limited time to allow us otherwise we would seal this city for three days and move towards Torkham until peace prevails or the government resigns”, Hazrat Ali is quoted by the news agency as saying.

The news agency citing reports further states that Haji Hazrat Ali has already consulted with hundreds of likeminded people and discussed ways and means to go ahead with his plans.

Haji Hazrat Ali claims that more than six hundred people have lost lives in the latest surge of insurgency and some 270 locals remain hostages, the report adds.

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  1. The biggest problem is that the government of Afghanistan under the leadership both Karzai and Ahmadzai had no intention to defeat the terrorists based on the ethnic sympathies the two guys have with the Taliban and other terror groups.  One of the main factor for the upsurge of the violence is the release of over 5,000 terrorists, most of them classified by US government as very dangerous were release from the prisons under the shared efforts of ex- and current president of the Afghanistan.

    These two guys have not only tried crushing the terrorist, but even have helped them to cause more violence and commit more crimes..       

  2. بد کوي.

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