Govt ready to give privileges to armed opponents
Posted on 12 months ago
Addressing the first death anniversary of General Daud in Kabul, Marshal Fahim said the government was ready to accept all reasonable conditions of the Afghan Taliban to restore peace and stability to the country.
"We want to restore peace to the country. The government and people of Afghanistan are ready to give all privileges and accept all reasonable demands of the Afghans who hatch conspiracies and kill citizens," he added.
"If they continue their activities, the Afghan people will not let them to disrespect women and men in the country," he said.
He maintained every human being, particularly political leaders, should forward positive proposals for peace and development of the country.
Fahim said the country needed national unity.
On the occasion, the Minister for Interior, General Bismillah Mohammadi said the armed opponents could not implement their writ in the country by killing high-profile people like General Muhammad Daud.
He said it would be good news if the armed opponents came alongside the Afghan people, adding it will help restore peace to the country.
Addressing the gathering, leader of the national opposition front, Dr Abdullah Abdullah said no one could reach their vested goals by killing renowned figures.
He said the government was raising the slogan of national unity but was not taking practical steps in this regard.
He said corruption is on peak, governance is weak and the distance between the government and people is large but no steps for improvement had been taken.
General Muhammad Daud was killed in an attack on Takhar Governor's office a year ago.
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