Abdul Zuhoor Qayomi-KABUL: The Wolesi Jirga of the parliament on Wednesday called upon the Afghan security forces to prevent Pakistani troops from entering into the Afghan soil. And also lawmakers put their weight behind public uprising in a bid to maintain peace and stability in the country.
While showing deep concern over recent deterioration of security situation in the country, the Wolesi Jirga members urged the National Unity Government (NUG) to make its last-ditch efforts to maintain security across the country.
They also asked the government to support public uprising in number of provinces, especially in Faryab province as security situation is getting worse there.
Meer Dad Khan Nijrabi, chief of Internal Security Committee (ISC) of Wolesi Jirga said that related security organs facing with lack of security mechanism and also not following suggestion offered to the security organs by lawmakers to help them bring peace and security in the country.
The security agencies should put their weight behind public pursing in Faryab province as the Taliban insurgents have killed and arrested lots of upraises there, he said. He also asked for explanation from security organizes over being reluctant in supporting public uprising.
Nijrabi said that Islamabad plotting conspiracy against Kabul, and also blast Pakistan for brokering its pledges to prevent Taliban from launching springs offensive in Afghanistan.
Obaidullah Barekzai, a representative of Uruzgan province criticized the arrest of Weesa Daily, Chief Editor as he was accused for publishing NDS-ISI agreement that Pakistan plotting conspiracy against Afghanistan.
He added that Pakistan build up terrorist training centers in Helmand and Badakhshan provinces, that’s why insecurity growing in the country.
Abdul Qadir Zazai Watandost, member of the International Relations Committee (IRC) of the Wolesi Jirga said that Pakistan willingly deployed its border security forces to enter Afghan soil and the government yet to take practical steps in this regard.
Though the government wanted to solve the issues through diplomatic channels, and don’t allow the Afghan security forces to recapture the areas that fallen at the hands of the Pakistani troops.
The first deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga, Abdul Zahir Qadir called upon to the Afghan security forces not to wait for diplomatic efforts, rather take military force to defend the border and national integrity of the country.
Qadir said that if the government did not adopt measures to protect the sovereignty of the country, the Afghan masses would take steps to defend the integrity of their country. He also asked the security forces to ensure security of the citizens.
President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani should come to the parliament to share information with the members of the Wolesi Jirga over current situation of the country, he said.
The security forces should take practical steps to ensure security in Faryab and other provinces.
Fawzia Raufi, a representative of Faryab province, said that fighting between Afghan security forces and the Taliban insurgents had been intensifying head of peace talks that recently held in Pakistan.