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Unilateral Ceasefire Enforced, But Clashes Continue

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Ceasefire is not one Way Street, all parties who have the same definition from national values and knowledge about Islamic principles should observe it.
BNA daily affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes from 27th of Ramadan until the 5th day of Eid-Alfitr, the state forces of the country based on the instruction of President Ghani will observe a ceasefire with armed oppositions.
Taliban announcing that they would observe ceasefire during Eid days, responded to it.
The announcement of truce especially by Taliban heightened the expectations among people, but unfortunately the incidents occurred during the recent days, changed the hopes and expectations in to disappointment and further increased panic and anxieties of war suffering people of the country.
Recently the staff of Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development a civilian and public utility organ targeted by a suicide bomber which killed 13 and injured 31 people.
According to another report in a blast in a residential house one person lost his life and three others injured.  Security sources say, while the terrorists were making improvise explosives devices the incident happened.
In Ghazni a roadside bomb explosion claimed the lives of seven our fellow countrymen, while three invaders targeting the education department and medicine faculty in Jalalabad city Nangarhar province.  Fighting in Kohistanat district Faryab province and Muqer district Ghazni province continue as before.
Likewise, 7 police lost their lives in terrorists’ attack in suburb of Shubrghan city. In Kunduz, Farha and Herat provinces soldiers have become the victims of terrorists’ attacks.
The above incidents indicate that the security situation is fragile and one should not trust to armed oppositions.
Our war stricken people say that the state for restoration of peace and stability spare no any effort and uses every option but the alien intelligence services using all means and opportunities to further deteriorate the situation in the country. If Taliban talking of ceasefire, other terrorist groups carrying attacks our innocent people and destroy our homeland. Terrorists having close ties with foreign intelligence services, sometimes become Talib, other time become IS or Haqani’s network.
The Afghan people make no distinction between terrorist and extremist groups, but there are certain circles among Taliban who think about peace and ending violence in the country and there are groups who are seeking their interests in war and mostly work for realizing the evil objectives of foreigners.
Considering on going facts, one should assess and deeply focus on activities all involved groups and make decision. Ceasefire is not one way street, it is not only the responsibility of state, but it is the responsibility of all patriotic Afghan people to join hands for restoring peace and prosperity for their homeland.
Abdul Khalil Minawi
BNA Director General

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