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MPs ,Senators Express Concerns on Kunduz insecurity

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Kunduz representatives in the lower house of the parliament have expressed their deep concerns over insecurity of Kunduz saying Kunduz is surrounded by the enemies.

They have also warned that if the Government doesn’t draw attention the following province will fall into Taliban’s hands.

Mp Shukria Paikan said,” the Kunduz security condition is not good and it has been surrounded by the enemies.”

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The other lawmaker Nilofar Ibrahimi said,” the three powers within the Government should re-act as soon as possible there should be a political decision to defend the country.”

War in between the Government and Taliban has began since three days in 8 districts of Faryab Province, Uzbek and chachania fighters have stationed in there along their families Gul Mohammad Rasuoli stated.

Mentionable that President Ghani to visit senators on Sunday evening and discuss insecurity, this visit came under the significant criticism of other senators in the parliament saying president should be discussing other main issues.

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Senator Zalmay Zabuli said,” President Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah telling lie, they were the factors to let ISIL come to live in Afghanistan.”

The other senator Hashim Alkozai demanded we want peace and stability,don’t want to see Afghan nation being killed.

They have declared the mutual security agreement in between Kabul-Washington ineffective saying it should be extended,at the end both houses of the parliament have come to agree to summon the National security advisor Hanif Atmar.

Reported by Abdul Aziz Karimi

 

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Regional consensus crucial to Afghan Peace Negotiations: SAARC

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Foreign Ministers of SAARC member states have emphasized the importance of the regional consensus for the success of the Afghan Peace Negotiations (APN).

In the SAARC Information meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers, which was held virtually on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Acting Foreign Minster Mohmmad Haneef Atmar thanked SAARC member-states for their support to the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.

According to a statement released on Friday, Atmar called on the participating countries to extend necessary support to Afghanistan for achieving “a humanitarian ceasefire between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban, based on the relevant UN Security Council Resolution.” 

“Atmar stressed that the humanitarian ceasefire would help enable relevant institutions of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to provide medical services to the affected communities living throughout Afghanistan,” the statement read.

The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is the regional intergovernmental organization and geopolitical union of states in South Asia.

Its member states are Afghanistan, joined the organization in 2007, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

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Eight militants killed in Kandahar clash

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At least eight Taliban militants were killed and 11 more wounded in a clash with the Afghan forces in southern Kandahar provinces, police confirmed.

The incident took place in Takhta Pul district of Kandahar province on Thursday night.

Kandahar police spokesman Jamal Nasir Barakzai told Ariana News that the clash started after dozens of insurgents attacked a security checkpoint of the Afghan Security Forces. 

Meanwhile, the Afghan forces have also sustained casualties in the skirmish.

Barakzai stated that three policemen were killed and four others wounded in the battle.

The Taliban yet comment in this regard.

The Taliban have increased attacks of the Afghan forces across the country.

At least 64 Afghan Security and Defense Forces (ASDF) members have been killed in several days of clashes in central Uruzgan province.

Uruzgan officials confirmed the incident, saying that the center of the Gizab district of the province has been under besieging by the Taliban militants for several days. As well as the insurgents have launched coordinated attacks on Dihrawood in the past two days.

The officials have warned that the two districts would collapse to the hands of the Taliban if the government does not send reinforcement.

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Gizab, Dihrawood districts in Uruzgan on verge of collapse: officials

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The center of Gizab district of Uruzgan province has been under besieging by the Taliban militants for several days, local officials said Friday. 

According to the officials, thousands of Taliban insurgents have launched offensives to capture Gizab and Dihrawood districts. 

So far, 64 security forces have been killed in the clashes with the militants in the Gizab district. 

The officials added that the casualties in the Dihrawood district yet to be determined. 

The local officials urged for immediate reinforcements and help, saying that both districts are on the verge of collapse.

Meanwhile, residents also said that the Afghan forces yet to evacuate the civilians from the frontline.

It comes as the Taliban have intensified attacks against the government forces across the country since the start of the peace talks in Doha.

Earlier this week, the Taliban militants had killed at least 28 Afghan National Defense and Security Force (ANDSF) members after they surrendered in Gizab district. 

The Taliban, however, had denied the claims and said the security forces were killed in a skirmish. 

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