Islamic Emirate's spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said on Wednesday that religious scholars council have been established in 13 provinces based on the order of the Islamic Emirate’s supreme leader Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada.
Based on the decree, the councils will provide consultations to public officials.
“This process will continue. The councils will work for addressing the rights and needs of the people as well as the voice of people,” Mujahid said.
A number of university instructors expressed hopes that the councils will address people’s challenges.
“The issue is that if they really perform their obligations, there will be no problem, but if it is the same as it was over the past 20 years when there was corruption in government organizations, the (council) will be an extra weight on the government,” said Mohammad Edris, a university instructor.
“This is an extra constitution on the nation and cannot be effective,” said Naseer Ahmad Tarakai, a university lecturer.
Earlier, Mujahid said that the councils will also share their views about the work and activities of women in addition to other issues.
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