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Islamic System Not Imposed on Citizens from Abroad: Anwar

Noor-Ul-Haq Anwar, the head of the general directorate of the Islamic Emirate in Administrative Affairs, said that the Islamic system is the desire of the country's citizens and this system has not been imposed on the citizens from abroad.

Anwar, during the certificate distribution program for the workshop graduates on capacity building organized by the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, added that the Islamic Emirate has a clear strategy for good governance and is not willing to accept any orders from foreigners.

"We are not among those systems that have been imposed here by foreigners and used for their evil purposes," Noor-Ul-Haq Anwar said.

Abdul Hakim Haqqani, Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Disabled, in this program says that negligence in providing services to the applicants in the provincial directorates of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled is unacceptable.

According to Haqqani, the work of the applicants in the provincial directorates should not be delayed for various excuses.

"We hear that in some provincial directorates, applicants come and wait for days and then go back just for getting a signature," The Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Disabled added.

"Comprehensively without discrimination and differentiation, all disabled people of the country, all orphans, and widows are included, and there is no discrimination," said Kalimullah Afghan, head of the finance department of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled.

Meanwhile, some of the workshop graduates on capacity enhancement say that they have learned useful lessons in various sections during this workshop.

"The skills that were very important and necessary for us managers, we received and learned things that we had not encountered before," said Hewad Manalai, the finance and Administration Manager of Martyrs and Disabled department of Paktia.

"In this section, training was provided for us on administrative communications, planning, work plan methods, implementation of accounts, monitoring and evaluation, budget, and MS office," said Abdul Wali Samim the finance and Administration Manager of Martyrs and Disabled department of Farah.

According to the information of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, the ministry has so far distributed more than 11 billion Afghanis to the relatives of martyrs, the disabled, and orphans, and has also spent about 99.87 percent of its budget in the current solar year.

Islamic System Not Imposed on Citizens from Abroad: Anwar

According to Haqqani, the work of the applicants in the provincial directorates should not be delayed for various excuses.

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Noor-Ul-Haq Anwar, the head of the general directorate of the Islamic Emirate in Administrative Affairs, said that the Islamic system is the desire of the country's citizens and this system has not been imposed on the citizens from abroad.

Anwar, during the certificate distribution program for the workshop graduates on capacity building organized by the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, added that the Islamic Emirate has a clear strategy for good governance and is not willing to accept any orders from foreigners.

"We are not among those systems that have been imposed here by foreigners and used for their evil purposes," Noor-Ul-Haq Anwar said.

Abdul Hakim Haqqani, Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Disabled, in this program says that negligence in providing services to the applicants in the provincial directorates of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled is unacceptable.

According to Haqqani, the work of the applicants in the provincial directorates should not be delayed for various excuses.

"We hear that in some provincial directorates, applicants come and wait for days and then go back just for getting a signature," The Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Disabled added.

"Comprehensively without discrimination and differentiation, all disabled people of the country, all orphans, and widows are included, and there is no discrimination," said Kalimullah Afghan, head of the finance department of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled.

Meanwhile, some of the workshop graduates on capacity enhancement say that they have learned useful lessons in various sections during this workshop.

"The skills that were very important and necessary for us managers, we received and learned things that we had not encountered before," said Hewad Manalai, the finance and Administration Manager of Martyrs and Disabled department of Paktia.

"In this section, training was provided for us on administrative communications, planning, work plan methods, implementation of accounts, monitoring and evaluation, budget, and MS office," said Abdul Wali Samim the finance and Administration Manager of Martyrs and Disabled department of Farah.

According to the information of the Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled, the ministry has so far distributed more than 11 billion Afghanis to the relatives of martyrs, the disabled, and orphans, and has also spent about 99.87 percent of its budget in the current solar year.

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