Veteran Jihadi leader says 50pc of looming elections ‘rigged’
AT-KABUL: Veteran Jihadi leader and astout supporter of regime change, Mohammad Ismail Khan, said Monday half of the forthcoming elections have already been rigged and its results would be preposterous and unacceptable.
Mr. Khan, who was addressing a rally in western Herat province, accused of the government of making lives of people miserable by creating hardships, saying such misconduct is not to be tolerated.“The people cannot stand daunting problems,” he said.
Ismail Khan proposed a regime change, transition of democratic administration to a principles-based military leadership in a bid to help overcome a myriad of crises. “A military leadership is a prime solution to the crises the country is facing; without which problems would persist,” he said.
He also urged allies of Afghan government to help in orchestrating a transitional government to address the crises.
Khan also said that people are frightened as insecurity threatens all walks of life. “The growing number of casualties among security forces has petrified people, having dissuaded them from joining the army squads,”said Ismail Khan.
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