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Afghans accept nothing by force, says Ghani in Kapisa

Afghans accept nothing by force, says Ghani in Kapisa

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Jul 08, 2020 - 17:01

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday said bringing Talibaninfo-icon into the system was his duty, but the worldinfo-icon should know nothing could be imposed on the Afghans by force.

President Ghani traveled to central Kapisa province this morning and addressed a gathering in Mahmood Raqi, the provincial capital, saying that the Afghan government was working as planned and with consensus.

He said: “Attracting the Taliban to the system is our duty because peace should not be a reason for increase of violence and conflict.”

Regarding security situation of the country, the president directed his first deputy, Amrullah Saleh, to device a security plan.

Under the security plan, Saleh would work with security officials in 34 provinces to develop a clear and practical vision for improving security situation in two weeks, elaborated Ghani.

President Ghani stressed the need for womeninfo-icon’s empowerment. He said Saleh and other representatives and influential figures of the province should take decisions for reforms.

Addressing the gathering, Saleh said he, the president and the government would fulfill all promises they had had made during election campaigns with people of Kapisa.

He added they would start implementation of the promises from building hospital in Kapisa.

Sa/ma

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