Lawmakers accuse Afghan officials supporting Daesh

(Last Updated On: April 20, 2015)


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Afghan lawmakers warn that U.S. and Afghan officials are backing the Islamic State (IS) extremist group in Afghanistan to kill Afghans.

A number of Wolesi Jirga (The Lower House of Parliament) members emphasize to cancel the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) between Kabul and Washington if the United State continues to violate the agreement.

Eqbal Safi a member of the House questioning the recent claims by Paktika governor about the National Security Council donating an amount of $200,000 to Daesh families in Barmal and Gomal districts of this province.

“Government has dealt with Daesh, Paktika governor statements regarding the Security Council donating $200,000 to Daesh proves this claim,” Safi said.

Abdul Hafiz Mansoor another member of the House said that “your official governor states that an amount of money has been paid to Daesh” therefore, he suggests that all security officials “must be called for interpellation”.

Lawmaker Obaidullah Barakzai added,” Where is Obama our spiritual father to insure our security, so we have to cancel security agreement with the US”.

They believe the government has dealt with Daesh and even further claims that Afghan government `.

“Insurgents have been taken to the North by military crafts and provided with money and equipments,” MP Kamal Safi stated.

MP Zakaria Sawda said that the House must summon the President “to confess what is going on truly in the country”.

Finally, Afghan Parliament decided to summon the National Security Advisor along with other security officials and then they will take their final decision.

Reported by: Fawad Naseri

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