Mujahiddin will defend Afghanistan after NATO’s exit: Minister
HERAT CITY (PAN): Water and Energy Minister Mohammad Ismael Khan warned if the current government faced any security threats after the withdrawal of foreign troops in 2014, the Mujahiddin would wage a war against Taliban.
Speaking on the second gathering of Mujahiddin in the western Heart province on Thursday, Khan criticized the International Security Assistance Force’s activities in Afghanistan and said their withdrawal would benefit the country.
“They took the weapons, artilleries and tanks of Mujahidin and destroyed t hem, they put in a place like a junk. They brought in German, French, Dutch and US female and male soldiers to maintain security of the country, but they couldn’t,” he added.
People talking about civil war after foreign troop’s withdrawal should know if the police and Afghan National Army fail, former Mujahiddin fighters would defend the country.
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