Cessation of war in outsiders’ hands: MPs
AT-KABUL: A number of parliamentarians say the decision to put an end to the ongoing war in Afghanistan lies in the hands of outsiders.
Members of Wolesi Jirga during a Monday session said the current conflict is not an Afghan war and that eight insurgent groups hailing from several countries are now fighting in northern regions terrorising the Afghan people to serve foreigners’ cause.
Noting escalation of war across the country, MPs said the current conflict is not an Afghan war. MPs representing northern provinces, said they have credible documents that terrorist groups from eight countries, including French, Arab, Tajik, Uzbek and Chechen are waging war there.
They said the ongoing war started by foreigners, and could be ended through pressures on them.
This comes after Afghan government called off the ceasefire, asking security forces to resume operations against militants across the country.
Afghan security and defense forces are allowed to restart military operations, followed by airstrike and ground operations in which several militants were killed and wounded in the past 24 hours.
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