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Enemy inside govt behind recent bloodshed: Paktia reps

Enemy inside govt behind recent bloodshed: Paktia reps

Feb 01, 2018 - 19:00

GARDEZ (Pajhwok): Public representatives in southeastern Paktia province say recent high casualty attacks in the country were against Islam and humanity, urging increased security measures to prevent such incidents in future.

The members of the Provincial Council believed the recent attacks were carried out by foreign intelligence circles with support of some senior government officials.

Abdul Malik Zazai, head of Paktia provincial council, said the perpetrators of the deadly suicide attacks and killers of civilians misused the religion of Islam for achieving their ominous goals.

He accused the United States and its allies of pursuing a two-faced policy in Afghanistaninfo-icon and being not honest in bringing peace and stability to the war torn country.

 “Some politicians and parties who work for others are involved in such incidents, these enemies are inside the government, they should be identified, exposed and awarded with severe punishment,” he said.

Mohammad Rahman Qaderi, another provincial council member, said some foreign intelligence organs and embassies had support of a number of public representatives allowing them to interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs and appoint their favorite people.

Kabulinfo-icon based embassies and figures from inside the government are involved in these incidents, people who are appointed based on relations are paving the ground for suicide bombers and explosions,” he said.

Alamir Bahramzai, another provincial council member, said people strongly supported the government and its recent measures. He said the people of Afghanistan wanted their government to share the evidence of Pakistaninfo-icon’s ISIinfo-icon involvement in recent attacks with the United Nations and the European Union.

“We and the nation together support the government because we are going towards self-sufficiency and our biased neighbors cannot tolerate our development so they commit barbaric acts,” he said.

Jannat Khan Samkani, secretary of Paktia provincial council, urged politicians to realize the country’s sensitive situation and stand beside people and the government.

He said some figures by giving misleading statements wanted to provoke the public and help the enemy to secure their own interests.

 “It is a joint sorrow for all of us, but some politicians turn everything towards their own interests and do not care about the country situation. A common man cannot transfer bombs to cities or place them in ambulances, our detective organs should be strong,” he said.

The provincial council members also voiced on militants not to hear to outsiders and avoid killing their own brethren or destroy public facilities.

During the last one month, at least 592 civilians have suffered casualties in security incidents across the country.



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