The former police head for the Qaisar district of Faryab province under the previous government, Nizamuddin Qaisari, returned to Kabul on Sunday after spending 10 months in Tehran.
According to Qaisari, the Islamic Emirate should include all of the nation's tribes in the government in order to achieve long-lasting peace in the country.
“I ask leaders of the Islamic Emirate to include all the tribes in the government, because Pashtuns, Uzbeks, Tajiks, Hazaras, Aimaqs are all the people of Afghanistan,” said Nizamuddin Qaisari the former police chief for Qaisar district, Faryab.
Following the tensions between the previous government and Abdul Rashid Dostum, Ghani's vice president, Qaisari, who was loyal to Dostum, rose to fame.
“You should provide me a portion in the government because there are a lot of people of Turk decent. They should have a share of our intellectuals and cadres and appoint them to departments and ministries,” said Nizamuddin Qaisari, the former police chief for Qaisar district, Faryab.
“We call on these people to come to the country, the security is provided, come and live peacefully,” said Mohammad Amin, a resident of Badakhshan.
Meanwhile, the “Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures” commission called on Afghans who have fled to other countries due to political developments to return to Afghanistan.
“All those who served in the previous government, if they served in high positions or low, this is the best opportunity to use the amnesty decree of the Amir al-Muominin and return to their country,” said Ahmadullah Wasiq, spokesman for the commission.
According to the commission, more than 150 former government officials and political figures have returned to the country so far through the commission of “Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures."