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Musharakat-e Milli party denounces talks with Taliban

Musharakat-e Milli party denounces talks with Taliban

May 11, 2015 - 18:35

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Musharakat-e Milli political party took to the street against talks with Talibaninfo-icon, saying that militants had nothing except spreading of fear, terror and violence.

Over 300 protestors staged protest demonstration, holding placards inscribed with: “Death to wild Taliban.”

Najibullah Kabuli, leader of party, called the talks process with Taliban a useless exercise. He dubbed Taliban as “slaves who have waged with the support of Pakistaninfo-icon.” Afghans should support the country’s valiant security forces for larger peace and stability of the country, he added.

Kabuli shared his party’s manifesto, which says: “Taliban spread violence and fear, enemy of Islam and humanity, trample womeninfo-icon rights.”

Then president Hamid Karzai called Taliban “Brothers” where as President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani called them political rivals.

No one should be allowed to talk against security forces in mosques and other social gatherings, he said, castigating the government for using backdoor diplomacy in talks with Taliban.

The government should not ink any deal in Qatar or any other country with Taliban without taking Afghans and Afghan security forces in confidence, he warned.

Last week, Pugwash, a Canadian based organization, organized a seminar in Qatar in which a twenty-member Afghan delegation discussed peace process in Afghanistaninfo-icon with an eight-member Taliban delegation. 

At the end of the protest, the protestors called for blood donation for security forces so that they could not face problems in times of need.


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