KABUL: A public meeting organized by Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP) in Quetta on 2nd December to mark the 48th martyrdom anniversary of Khan Shaheed Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai said that convening an all-inclusive Loya Jirga will be crucial to ending the crises in Afghanistan.
In a statement, PMAP urged “United Nations, its security council and all those states which have in one way or another participated in Afghanistan genocide from December 1979 till date and used all manners of weapons in Afghan in that conflict, to be responsible for the devastation of Afghanistan and Afghan nation.”
“Considering the abovementioned to be in debt to the Afghan nation, this public meeting calls on the United Nations, its security council and the aforementioned states to immediately commence a program for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of Afghanistan on the same lines as was done in Europe after World War II and to concurrently guarantee the independence and sovereignty of the state of Afghanistan,” said the statement.
They also called upon the representatives of the Taliban to convene an inclusive Loya Jirga, representative of all of Afghanistan, which guarantees the sovereignty of Afghanistan and will debate and decide upon a solution, and outlaws any tendency to usurp the government of Afghanistan by force of arms.
“This very same Loya Jirga should formulate an interim government representative of the whole country, which in light of Afghanistan’s Constitution and in keeping with Afghanistan traditions will establish a constitutional and democratic mechanism for the election of a government that is in line with modern global democratic norms,” PMAP said.
It also called on the “ruling Taliban, heads of political parties, religious scholars intelligentsia, civil society, and patriotic masses of Afghanistan to come together and form a united front in order to avert the possibility of Afghanistan once again becoming the battleground for world powers.
“This united front should organize and mobilize the Afghan people and those Afghans residing in foreign countries for this effort and organize demonstrations across the globe to convey to the world that Afghanistan should not once again become the chessboard of their ambitions,” concluded the statement.