AT News Report-KABUL: Members of the Afghanistan Solidarity Party, a political institution launched a demonstration Friday to condemn what they called “the US military invasion” in Afghanistan. On October 7, 2001, the US military started aerial attacks in Kabul and other cities that caused the ouster of the Taliban rule.
Obaid Kabir, a member of the party called the US invasion a “crime”, calling for the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Afghanistan.
“We also want off the hands of those who have come to power with the help the United States,” Kabir said.
The Afghanistan Solidarity Party accused the unity government of being established through a political deal, saying the party wants an elected government be established.
Some members of the party also held a drama acting the US invasion on their country.