ANSF Spiritually Addicted With International Forces, Sources Warn

(Last Updated On: February 1, 2017)

2Some sources in Government of Afghanistan have warned that Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) are spiritually addicted with the International forces presence, supports, saying when there is no International forces at the front line the Afghan security forces do not fight with hearts, amid the Afghan security forces are holding the responsibility of war since two years after the International forces have withdrawn from the country.

Member of Defense committee MP Semin Barekzai said, “As we witnessed after the International troops quit leading of war in Afghanistan, Afghan security forces led the war with low military equipments caused the enemies to raid, and due to poor coordination in between the security departments caused that provinces and districts controlled by Taliban.”

Some military experts expressed concerns over spiritual addition of the Afghan security forces with the International troops in war zones insisting that poor concentration and supporting of the Afghan security force within the war zones caused the forces not to fight with high morals.

Military expert Mohammad Saber Sadeqi said, “When Afghan security forces see the International troops supporting them on the field they fight with high morals.”

Meanwhile Officials in Ministry of Defense reject the spiritual addition of Afghan security forces with International troops in combat areas.

Ministry of Defense Deputy Spokesman Mohammad Radmanish said, “There are a lot of differences between the coordination, addiction and assistants, addiction means we have very poor possibility, and coordination means that when we need some help we ask the International troops to cooperate the Afghan security forces.”

The concerns come after that Afghan security forces will have tough time incoming spring tackling the enemies.

Reported by: Naweed Bahar

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