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Pro-Taliban Radios operating in Charkh: District Governor

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Logar-PHQKhalilullah Kamal, Governor of Charkh District in Logar province says that frequencies of Pro-Taliban radios are being received in his District that is running a propaganda war for Taliban.

Kamal says these radios are talking negative about Afghan government and positive about Taliban insurgents.

He said these radio frequencies are received from across the border (Pakistan) which emotionalizes people against Afghan Government and convince them to fight with Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in Taliban lines.

“These radios are insulting Afghan National Security Forces and convince people especially youths to join Taliban in the fight against Afghan Government”, he said.

He further said that the coverage of these radios has extended recently and it is believed that Taliban have brought a system into Charkh District.

He added that he has reported this issue to the Governor House and Security Agencies and have requested them to locate the system and destroy it.

“My responsibility was to report it to the security agencies and the higher.  But it is regretful that still they have not done anything against it”, he said.

Governor House and Security officials have not commented on the reports yet but Cultural Department of Logar province has expressed unawareness about it.

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