2 warring tribes end conflict over forests in Badghis
QALA-I-NAW (Pajhwok): Two rival tribes have reconciled in the Ab Kamari district of northern Badghis province following mediation of members of the provincial High Peace Committee and the Provincial Council.
Mohammad Nasir Nazari, the provincial council head, told Pajhwok Afghan News the two tribes ---- Daizangi and Barnaqri – had been engaged in a long-running conflict over ownership of pistachio forests. The conflict had left dead and wounded about 10 persons on both sides.
He said the two tribes agreed not to attack each other during a meeting attended by members of the provincial council and the High Peace Committee and about 100 elders from the tribes.
Maulvi Allauddin, the provincial peace committee head, told Pajhwok Afghan News the two tribes had reconciled and the peace body would monitor implementation of the agreement. He said if the two tribes clashed again, the peace body would inform the police headquarters to collect weapons from both.
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