Khalili wants kochis problems resolved
KABUL (Pajhwok): Chief of Wahdat-e-Islami party Karim Khalili demanded the government should work out strategy to resolve problems of nomads and expedite efforts to ensure early released of the 30 kidnapped passengers.
Also second vice president during Karzai regime, Khalili expressed this views in a gathering arranged to mark the 20th death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari.
The unity government, he said should focus to address problems of Kochi families on priority basis. Some people in Hazara dominated areas had reservations that Kohcis would create problems in the name of Daesh, he warned.
Kochis and people of Bamyan province travel to capital city of the province with their herds, which created problems between the two tribes and led to men and material losses, he added.
He demanded the government to step up efforts to ensure release of the 30 passengers abducted by gunmen some days back. Local elders and religious leaders should be tasked to negotiate the release of the captives, he reiterated.
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