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Hotkhel tribe urges Taliban to extend ceasefire

Hotkhel tribe urges Taliban to extend ceasefire

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Jun 21, 2018 - 15:52

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Hotaki tribal elders on Thursday supported the peace process and urged the Talibaninfo-icon to extend their ceasefire and the government to punish the individual who insulted Mirwais Khan Hotak, the founder of Hotak dynasty (1709 to 1738).

Mohammad Younis Hotak, the Hotkhel tribe council leader, told a press conference in Kabul that all the Afghans were thirsty for peace and the warring parties should choose peace over hostilities.

He thanked President Ashraf Ghani on behalf of the Hotkhel tribe over extending the truce with Taliban militants and supported the peace marchers from southern Helmand province.

He also supported a peace convey on its way to Torkham border crossing from across the Durand Lineinfo-icon.

Atta Jan Haqbayan, Zabul provincial council chief, insulted Mirwais Neka  on social media, said Younis Hotak, who asked government to bring Haqbayan to justice.

Without going into details, Hotak said: “The government should find the perpetrators of the sound played on social media, if the Zabul PC chief is involved, he should be introduced to judiciary organs.”

But Haqbayan on his Facebook page wrote the sound was fake and called it a political plot against him. He said Mirwais Khan was not related to one tribe but he belonged to all Afghans.

Another tribal leader, Mohammad Arif  Hotak supported the ongoing peace efforts in the country and urged the Taliban to join the reconciliation process. He said only peace could allow foreign forces to leave Afghanistaninfo-icon.

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