Stop hatching anti-Afghanistan conspiracies, enemy told
KABUL (Pajhwok): Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah on Saturday asked Afghanistan’s enemies to realise they would never achieve their goals by conspiracies, equipping and financing terrorism.
Speaking at one of Kabul City’s mosques, Abdullah said commemorating Ashura revived the sense of seeking justice on the one hand and reminded the authorities of their duties towards God and the people on the other hand.
He insisted oppression was still ongoing in Afghanistan, where innocent people’s blood was shed and ignorant forces like Daesh, Taliban and Al-Qaeda took the lives of the masses.
“Only last day bodies of 13 policemen, including their commander Abdul Majid Gelambaf, were laid to rest. In Helmand and other corners o the country these forces are fighting for defending the national and Islamic values,” he remarked.
Abdullah said security forces were prepared for any kind of sacrifice and the government should pay heed to their problems. He added conspiracies against the Afghan people were in full rage, but said people’s unity was the only answer to the enemies.
“Our message for those who seek a weak Afghanistan and their conspiracies are ongoing in this regard… is that we would not be subdued,” he remarked.
The CEO said Afghanistan did not harbor animosity toward any country or nation but always extended a hand of friendship to all and received no response.
Afghanistan’s history, he said, proved no force could subdue the Afghans, who were in favour of cordial relations with neighbours and the international community and at the same time sought an end to their interference.
He said Afghanistan’s enemies should realise that with conspiracies, equipping and financing terrorism, they would never reach their goals.
He admitted shortcomings of the government in all sections, but it retained a strong will to serve the people and bring about social justice and rule of law.
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