AT News Report
KABUL: The country’s top security official has pledged to combat kidnappings and organized crimes in western Herat province. The youngest National Security Advisor (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib said a group will be set up in regards.
Mohib, who is currently in a trip to the province met local authorities in Qala-i-Ikhtiaruddin and assured them of a serious fight against kidnappers and organized crime.
Referring to the reconciliation process, he said: “Peace is the only way to attain stability and any element impeding stability is unacceptable to the people of Afghanistan,” Pajhwok Afghan News reported.
He added transparent and free election were also the only option to resolve the problems of the Afghans.
In a session with 207th Zafar Military Corps officials, he said: “The enemies of Afghanistan don’t respect religious and Islamic values and always target innocent people.
“But the Afghans want peace with honour and the enemies are afraid of a power system, our heroic security and defence forces are fighting to eliminate any kind of threat.”
Corruption and corrupt people are also the enemies of Afghanistan and they would be punished, according to the NSA, “It’s an honour for me that the Afghan security forces defend Afghanistan’s sovereignty.”
Security officials shared their achievements, challenges and issues with the NSA, who was also briefed on the security situation.
The Zafar Military Corps officials said the militants had failed in their sinister designs and the security forces had prevented their activities in the process.