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High Peace Council Members Attend Omar’s Mourn Should be Executed: CSA

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A number of civil society activists have insisted that those Afghan peace council members attended Mullah Omar’s mourning should be executed,their participation explains  joint cooperation with Taliban against the Afghan Government ,demanding the Government to clear its position.

The Afghanistan civil society expressing concerns on the following event saying the Government is responsible to consider Afghanistan’s interests,should execute those who are not loyal to Afghan Nation ,let the bloods of Afghan security forces and Afghan National not to be made funny.

After the Afghan Government has confirmed the death of Mullah Omer the Taliban leader,his pro supporters have held mourning for their late leader in Kabul the capital city of Kabul.

Now the Afghan National Directorate NDS during a press release has ban all types of mourning for the leader of the Taliban Mullah Omar in Afghanistan.

CEO office has also insisted on those who have participated in the funeral ceremony of the Taliban leader held in Kabul.

Acting head of High Peace Council,”Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar’s activities will be recorded within the History.”

Afghan civil society activist Abdullah Ahmadi said,” we demand the Government to adopt necessary measurements on arresting those holding funeral ceremony for Mullah Omar the Taliban leader was held in Kabul,any exaggeration and support for Taliban is counted crime.”

Some of the civil society activists insisted on cancellation of the Afghan high peace council saying they are receiving free salaries and no positive impacts made during their life on pushing peace talks with Taliban.

 Head of the civil society activists Aziz Rafiee said,” the delays on publishing press release by the Government of Afghanistan was not clear policy on friends-Enemies,the Afghan Government hasn’t been capable to determine its friends and Enemies yet.”

When the death of Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar publicized a number of Kabul resident including the high peace council seniors have held the funeral ceremony of the Mullah Omar in Kabul city,after that NDS in Afghanistan has announced that Mullah Mohammad Omar the Taliban leader from the beginning till today,his hands has been involved in pouring Afghan innocent bloods,mentioning that any sympathy and cooperation to his death is an insult to thousands bloods poured by his followers.

Reported by: Farah Naz Frotan

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India overtakes Russia to become world’s third hardest-hit nation in pandemic

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India on Sunday surpassed Russia with the number of COVID-19 cases, to become the country with the third-highest number in the world.

Adding just under 24,000 new Coronavirus cases late Sunday, India’s total is now at 697,836, according to Worldometer data.

In its daily update, India’s health ministry on Sunday reported the record spike in cases and stated that 613 people had died in 24 hours.

India’s count surpassed Russia’s current caseload of 681,251. With this, only the US and Brazil have recorded higher numbers of COVID cases than India.

According to local news reports, this surge in numbers came as infections rose in the western and southern parts of the country amid heavy monsoon rains.

NDTV stated that Maharashtra, the worst-hit state and home to the densely packed financial hub Mumbai, recorded over 7,000 new cases while Tamil Nadu and Delhi recorded more than 4,200 and 2,500 fresh cases respectively.

The surge in cases in India comes despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed one of the world’s strictest lockdowns in March to control the virus spread.

Authorities have made wearing masks mandatory in public places, while large gatherings are banned and shops and other public establishments are required to implement social distancing.

But epidemiologists have told India’s media that the country’s peak could still be weeks or months away, suggesting the country’s already severely overburdened healthcare system will come under further stress.

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Militants attack security checkpoint – Kabul

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One militant was killed and another arrested in Shakar Dara district of Kabul province, police said.

The militants stormed a security checkpoint in Mir Bacha Kut district of Kabul and faced resistance by police, Kabul police said in a statement, adding that the Afghan forces pushed back the insurgents and they fled the area following clashes.

According to the statement, one of the militants was killed in chasing in Shakar Dara district of the province and the other one was arrested.

The incident took place at around 2 a.m. Monday.

Meanwhile, the Taliban militants attacked Afghan security forces on the Balkh-Jawzjan highway on Sunday.

The Defense Ministry said that three insurgents were killed and four others wounded in a counterattack.

In Logar, the Afghan forces pushed back the Taliban in the Puze Niai area in the Barakibarak district of the province.

The Taliban yet comment about the incidents.

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Afghanistan to host regional meeting on peace process

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Afghanistan will host a summit on Monday which will be attended by regional countries to discuss the Afghan peace process. 

Representatives from 19 countries, the United States, Russia, China, Pakistan, India, Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and neighboring countries are expected to attend the meeting.

The meeting will be held on Monday at the Presidential Palace via a video conference.

Reduction in violence, the start of inter-Afghan talks, the exchange of prisoners, and the establishment of a humanitarian ceasefire are points of the meeting’s agenda, the Afghan Foreign Ministry said.

“The countries of the region and Afghanistan’s strategic partners will join the regional summit which will be held as a video conference on Monday,” MFA spokesman Gran Hiwad said.

Monday’s meeting will bring together a number of countries that have conflicting interests in Afghanistan. They will be brought together to reach a consensus on peace talks, the government said. However, the government has repeatedly stated that there is a consensus on the peace process in the region.

“The Afghan government has always said that we have a regional consensus. In tomorrow’s meeting with twenty countries, they will once again emphasize the regional understanding of Afghanistan’s peace and security,” said Ahmad Saeedi, a former Afghan diplomat in Pakistan.

The regional meeting, hosted by Kabul, will begin with a speech by the President, and at the end, 19 countries and the United Nations will announce a joint declaration on peace in Afghanistan.

On Tuesday, Kabul will host a trilateral meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and China on peace talks. But holding the meeting out of sight of India beyond New Delhi’s regional opposition to Islamabad and Beijing is seen as detrimental to the peace process.

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