Anti-BSA sentiments grow as unrest escalates
Anger is boiling against the bilateral partnership treaty with the U.S. amid escalating insurgency and violence as civil activists are sticking to their guns regarding the revoking of the crucial security pact.
Civil activists in a press conference demanded the Bilateral Security Agreement be revised or revoked, ‘because on one hand articles of the pact have been violated and on the other security situation has deteriorated.
Activists from the ‘Movement of Afghanistan People’ believe that insecurity has been exacerbated in the aftermath of Afghanistan’s signing of the BSA with the U.S., accusing Washington of not upholding its end of the bargain.
The BSA is being reviled as the National Assembly and political experts have been blaming the growing security threats to what they tout as the ‘counter-productive security pact’.
Chief of Complains Commission of Wolesi Jirga, Allah Gul Mujahid, has claimed that the overwhelming majority of the lawmakers are in favor of scrapping the bilateral security agreement.
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