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Ex- Intelligence Chief Blasts Afghan Govt Policies

Former head of the Afghan intelligence agency---the National Directorate of Security (NDS), Rahmatullah Nabil, on Saturday blasted the government’s policies towards tackling national issues, saying there are "termites" within the structure of the government who are trying to cause the collapse of the entire system, and he stressed the need to confront them as a nation.  
 
“There are termites which are destroying the system. The ISI (Pakistani military intelligence) agents in the system must be confronted,” said Nabil. 
 
Nabil claimed that today the employees of intelligence agencies of the regional countries are being employed in the government institutions, which pose serious threats to Afghanistan.
 
Nabil also criticized disagreements between President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, the head of High Council of National Reconciliation, stating that discrimination, corruption and injustice have reached their peak.
 
Referring on the Afghan peace process, the ex-NDS chief also said that other countries are taking the decision about the peace in Afghanistan.
 
He said that some people within Afghanistan and in the region are exploiting the Afghan peace process for their political and economic agendas.
 
“Now we see that our peace has also become a proxy one in the sense that the Afghan people do not have any sort of involvement in the process,” said Nabil.
 
Talking about recent developments across the Durand Line, Nabil said that deals have been made when it comes to the recent movements of the Pakistani military forces alongside the Durand Line, including the construction of new installations by the Pakistanis along the line.
 
“Pakistan is now taking concessions from the government, you got their concessions and you know what I mean, they got the concession of fence, trade and economic concessions, even they (Pakistanis) are involved in the appointments,” said Nabil.  
 
Nabil says there is a lack of trust between the people and the government.
 
He said the government has not been able to create national trust nor a national consensus.

Ex- Intelligence Chief Blasts Afghan Govt Policies

Referring on the Afghan peace process, the ex-NDS chief also said that other countries are taking the decision about the peace in Afghanistan.

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Former head of the Afghan intelligence agency---the National Directorate of Security (NDS), Rahmatullah Nabil, on Saturday blasted the government’s policies towards tackling national issues, saying there are "termites" within the structure of the government who are trying to cause the collapse of the entire system, and he stressed the need to confront them as a nation.  
 
“There are termites which are destroying the system. The ISI (Pakistani military intelligence) agents in the system must be confronted,” said Nabil. 
 
Nabil claimed that today the employees of intelligence agencies of the regional countries are being employed in the government institutions, which pose serious threats to Afghanistan.
 
Nabil also criticized disagreements between President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, the head of High Council of National Reconciliation, stating that discrimination, corruption and injustice have reached their peak.
 
Referring on the Afghan peace process, the ex-NDS chief also said that other countries are taking the decision about the peace in Afghanistan.
 
He said that some people within Afghanistan and in the region are exploiting the Afghan peace process for their political and economic agendas.
 
“Now we see that our peace has also become a proxy one in the sense that the Afghan people do not have any sort of involvement in the process,” said Nabil.
 
Talking about recent developments across the Durand Line, Nabil said that deals have been made when it comes to the recent movements of the Pakistani military forces alongside the Durand Line, including the construction of new installations by the Pakistanis along the line.
 
“Pakistan is now taking concessions from the government, you got their concessions and you know what I mean, they got the concession of fence, trade and economic concessions, even they (Pakistanis) are involved in the appointments,” said Nabil.  
 
Nabil says there is a lack of trust between the people and the government.
 
He said the government has not been able to create national trust nor a national consensus.

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