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Nation desperately needs tolerance, harmony: Ghani

Nation desperately needs tolerance, harmony: Ghani

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Nov 03, 2017 - 15:44

KABUL (Pajhwok): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in his message on the 10th anniversary of deadliest Baghlan terrorist attack has said Afghanistan direly needed harmony and tolerance in the current circumstances.

“Ten years back a number of public representatives, including Syed Mustafa Kazemi, former head of Hezb-i-Eqtedar Melli, and other lawmakers martyred in a terrorist attack in Baghlan who traveled to observe the expansion and rehabilitation of the country’s industry,” the president said while paying tributes to the souls of martyrs.

The president hailed sincere efforts of public representatives for the revival of industry and economy of the country.

He said Kazemi was renowned figure who played effective role during Jihad and on other occasions. He stood beside his people during the period of Jihad and resistance.

Ghani lauded Kazemi role in Wolesi Jirga and said he owned a different thinking and by creating parliamentary group from different ethnic personalities he led by example and moved ahead of politics of ethnicity, tribe and party and become new political figure in the lower house.

Syed Mustafa Kazemi, head of the Wolesi Jirga Economic Commssion and five other lawmakers Mohammad Arif Zareef, Nazak Mir Sarfaraz, Haji Abdul Matin, Sahib Rahman and Sebghatullah Zaki were killed in a deadliest terrorist attack in Baghlan 10 years back.

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