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Deputy Minister Says Factionalism Has Ended in Afghanistan

Mohammad Ali Jan Ahmad, the Deputy Minister of Borders and Tribal Affairs, said in a meetingt in Kabul today (Monday, June 10) that the islands of power in Afghanistan are no more and those who intend to destroy Afghanistan will not achieve their goals.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the electronic attendance system for students of ten educational centers, he also said that bullying and tribalism in the country have ended and all Afghans live together in an Islamic system.

In this meeting, Mohammad Ali Jan Ahmad added: "Today, there is no more factionalism, bullying, and selfishness in Afghanistan. Those who worked for themselves in Afghanistan did not last long."

Meanwhile, Abdul Mateen Rahimzai, the head of the technology department of the Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs, said in this meeting that all the borders of the country are secure and no one is allowed to engage in destructive activities against the Islamic Emirate.

Rahimzai said: "The Islamic Emirate will not allow anyone to cross our borders and bring opposition and misfortune to the country."

Officials of this ministry have denied reports of human rights violations in Afghanistan and pledged that everyone's rights are protected. According to them, the interests of the people are a priority for the Islamic Emirate, and personal interests are not important for the officials of the interim government of Afghanistan.

Deputy Minister Says Factionalism Has Ended in Afghanistan

He also said that bullying and tribalism in the country have ended and all Afghans live together in an Islamic system.

تصویر بندانگشتی

Mohammad Ali Jan Ahmad, the Deputy Minister of Borders and Tribal Affairs, said in a meetingt in Kabul today (Monday, June 10) that the islands of power in Afghanistan are no more and those who intend to destroy Afghanistan will not achieve their goals.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the electronic attendance system for students of ten educational centers, he also said that bullying and tribalism in the country have ended and all Afghans live together in an Islamic system.

In this meeting, Mohammad Ali Jan Ahmad added: "Today, there is no more factionalism, bullying, and selfishness in Afghanistan. Those who worked for themselves in Afghanistan did not last long."

Meanwhile, Abdul Mateen Rahimzai, the head of the technology department of the Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs, said in this meeting that all the borders of the country are secure and no one is allowed to engage in destructive activities against the Islamic Emirate.

Rahimzai said: "The Islamic Emirate will not allow anyone to cross our borders and bring opposition and misfortune to the country."

Officials of this ministry have denied reports of human rights violations in Afghanistan and pledged that everyone's rights are protected. According to them, the interests of the people are a priority for the Islamic Emirate, and personal interests are not important for the officials of the interim government of Afghanistan.

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