Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Sunday in Parwan province that the National Unity Government (NUG) has failed to fulfill some commitments made to the nation and that is why the gap between government and the people has increased.
Abdullah, who was accompanied by a number of MPs, was in Parwan to introduce the new provincial governor, Fazluddin Ayar.
He said although the NUG has failed to implement promises made to the people, they were still trying to do their best to address people’s demands.
“Let's tell the truth to the Afghan people and confess to our inabilities and shortcomings. At this time Afghan people are being killed; I would like to tell the people that we failed to do for you what we hoped to do,” said Abdullah.
Meanwhile, Ayar in turn said: “Our only wish is unity and brotherhood of the people.”
Abdullah went on to say credible documents show that recent attacks in Kabul had been masterminded in Pakistan.
Abdullah also called on Islamabad to put its words into practice in terms of fighting terrorism.
“Our delegation in their visit to Pakistan delivered all the documents and the National Unity Government expects Pakistan to take action and show us they no longer want instability in Afghanistan,” said Abdullah.
Meanwhile, a number of MPs from Parwan and Kapisa provinces said although they have been critical of government, the still support it.
"Although I say government is weak, it is not. It is relative, everything is provided for. Today the situation has provided for 9.3 million children to go to school," Mohammad Almas Zahid, Parwan MP and adviser to thepresident said.