Afghanistan Wolesi Jirga (WJ) – the lower house of parliament summoned security officials to be present at Saturday’s session due to the recent insecurities of Kundoz province.
Kundoz representatives in Parliament expressed their deep concerns over security situation in Kundoz and said that the Afghan security forces are currently surrounded by the armed oppositions of the government and serious measures should be taken regarding the issue as soon as it’s possible.
Shukria Paiman, Member of Parliament who tried to show the conditions of wounded soldiers in Kundoz failed to express her concerns and statements.
“As I contacted with security forces, they have surrounded and came under the attacks of the armed oppositions. A serious decision should be taken.” Shukria Paikan said.
In the meantime, representatives in Parliament are said to consider the security situation of the northern parts of the country critical and said that most of governors and chief districts are involved in insecurities.
Naqibullah Fayeq, Member of Parliament said, “Insecurity has also raised in Faryab province. Most of girl’s schools and governmental offices have been closed and the Almar district is half under government’s control and half under Taliban’s control.”
Afghan forces follow a tough test this spring and are facing the attacks of internal and foreign oppositions.
The attacks raise as that now Afghan security forces do not have the support of foreign forces and have independently the responsibilities to provide security.
Meanwhile, the lower house of parliament denounced 7th Sawr and praised 8th Sawr, the two important events in Afghanistan’s political history.
The 7th and 8th Sawr are two important events in political history of the country and the oppressed Afghan nation will always remember the military takeover occurred in the country on 7th Sawr 1357, because this chaotic day considered to be as the start of crisis and calamities to the people of Afghanistan and tragic consequences of this day felt by this nation over the previous three consecutive decade and still going on.
On Sawr 7th, 1357 some government opposition factions by using the army resorted to military cope against the democratic establishment of Sardar Muhammad Dawood Khan to topple him from the power and the military take over besides devastating political and democratic spheres of the country pave the ground for regional and neighboring countries to expand interferences into internal affairs of the country.
8th, Sawr is marked as the day of victory of Muhahideen factions after they toppled Russian backed Dr. Najibullah government and this is also remembered just like the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) military takeover on democratic government of Dawood Khan.
Both 7th and 8th Sawr are remembered as two important events in the history of Afghanistan.
Reported by Abdul Aziz Karimi