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Peace talks with HIA should not undermine justice: Civil Society

AT-KABUL: Movement of Seeking Justice for War Victims on Saturday said that government should not sacrifices justice in peace dialogue with Hezb-e-Islami Afghanistan (Islamic Party of Afghanistan).

“Peace process should be followed justly, peace without justice will be not acceptable with any group,” Sami Daraee, member of the movement said.

He said that HIA involved in different war crimes, so justice must be considered in peace talks with this party.

“Afghan people will not reach to real justice till date the government giving tribute to terrorist through different ways under the name of peace, thus it is required of government to stop paying toll to reinforce justice,” he added.

Mahdi Saqeb, another member of the movement, said that peace council members are those people who were directly involved in war against HIA and Taliban, thus this council won’t be useful.

He said that all those figures who were involved in war crime, are not different from HIA fighters, justice must be implemented over all equally.

The movement released a resolution which reads that dossier of implementation of justice should be reassumed overall war criminals.

Government is responsible for reinforcement of justice as much as struggle for bringing peace. Government is responsible to seriously consider war victims demands during peace talks.

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