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Pakistan never wants peace in Afghanistan: Daudzai

Pakistan never wants peace in Afghanistan: Daudzai

Apr 01, 2016 - 16:30

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Former interior minister Mohammad Omar Daudzai on Friday said Pakistaninfo-icon never wants to help in bringing peace to Afghanistaninfo-icon.

Speaking at a commemorating ceremony of first death anniversary of Hikmatullah Haqmal, the former police chief of Grishk district in Helmand province, Daudzai said that Pakistan had never wanted to bring peace in Afghanistan and should not be expected to help in the regard.

Haqmal was killed last year as a result of a roadside bombing in Grishk district of Helmand province.

The government and High Peace Councilinfo-icon could not bring peace to the country without involving Afghan people in the peace talks, he said.

Enemies of Afghanistan had been trying to reach their aims by killing Haqmal, but they could not reach their goals because there were many brave officers like him, he said.

Meanwhile, the former defence minister, Bismillah Mohammadi, said Haqmal’s death was a big loss for the country.

“Although Haqmal is not among us, there are thousands of other brave Afghans who will not let the servants of ISIinfo-icon to reach their goals,” he said.

Talibaninfo-icon should know that war is the only solution for issues, but they should join peace process because Afghans are thirsty for peace, he said.



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