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Monday, February 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Addressing the first conference of leadership of Ministry of Defense, President Hamid Karzai said: “I am sure that the rifle Taliban are carrying is outside rifle and it aims to prevent Afghanistan of having a strong government and national army”.
Some time back president Karzai defined the Taliban group and said that Taliban is a tool at the hands of regional intelligence, another group is affiliated with the world intelligence and the third group is unhappy deceived Afghans.
He pointed to the third group who are carrying outside rifles and they are killing their brothers and sisters and destroy their own homeland.
For this very reason unfortunately this group is being utilized and the enemies is not refraining any efforts in this respect.
The leadership of Afghanistan by analyzing the situation, always appeal to the Taliban and has said that to stop fratricide and not let the enemy to use you, come to peace terms so that the enemies of this homeland become shameful and never resort to hatching plots.
According to another report, president Karzai while addressing the first leadership conference of National Defense Ministry said that insurgency has no root inside Afghanistan, while they are coming their safe havens to Afghan and kill our innocent children and women.
The reality is such that Afghanistan is not the venue and hideouts of insurgency, training site for them or they are not equipped and financed in Afghanistan, so insurgency is a tool at the hands of some circles in the region with the help of whom they want to achieve their expansionists schemes in this region and that the main venue of insurgency is on that side of the Afghan borders. 
For this very reason the president time and again said that our villages are not the site for terrorists and insurgents.
They ask the world community, the allies fighting insurgency to focus attention towards the insurgents’ hideouts so that the struggle against terrorism succeeds.

Monday, 18 February 2013 05:57

President Karzai Chairs NSC Meeting

Monday, February 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Karzai chaired the national Security Council meeting that discussed the issue of NATO air bombardments on Sheigal district of Kunar province and security situation in the country.
The meeting issued instruction to the security organs of the country to prevent all armed groups and units that are formed by the coalition forces outside the structures of the national army of Afghanistan in some regions of the country.
The meeting also decided that a delegation is formed that immediately ask the coalition forces so that all those units are merged with the national security forces of Afghanistan. 
Meanwhile minister of interior informed the meeting about the disarming of the private security companies and irresponsible armed groups on the Kabul-Herat highway. 
The meeting once again discussed the allegations of the US forces against Kam Air and decided that the US sources should refer any documents in this respect through the US embassy to the Afghan foreign ministry and to the transport and civil aviation ministry via this ministry so that the documents are referred to the attorney general office of Afghanistan.
The meeting also instructed the interior ministry to focus attention towards security of the Kabul city and prevent those careless people who disturb the people.

Monday, 18 February 2013 05:55

Narcotic Cache Discovered In Helmand

Monday, February 18, 2013
Lashkarga (BNA) Security in charge of Helmand province reported from discovering of 1000 kg of hashish and 250 kg of opium, a tractor, 2 corolla cars and 4 motorcycles. 
Abdul Nabi Alham police chief of Helmand said reporters; the materials were seized during an operation from Khaneshin district of Helmand province. 
According to Alham, no one has been arrested in connection of the case. 
Report says Helmand is among the province which has the most poppy fields. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 18 February 2013 05:52

6 Armed Oppositions Arrested

Monday, February 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Police of Faryab province arrested six armed opposition from Maimana city yesterday. 
Nabi Jan Mullahkhail police chief of Faryab said BNA, the men were accused of harassing and disturbing local people, were arrested in close cooperation of people along with two weapons. 
Mullahkhail hoped the cooperation of people and asked for further cooperation and assistance of them.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, 18 February 2013 05:49

NAF Kill Armed Militants

Monday, February 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The National Army Forces in several operations in some provinces of the country killed three armed militants and arrested four others. 
Also the national army forces conducting an operation for arresting the ring-leaders of armed militants in the vicinities of Shierzad district of Nangarhar province in which an armed militant was killed and a quantity of ammunition seized.
The forces launched another operation in the Charkh district of Logar province, as result of which 2 armed militants were killed, a number of Kalashnikovs and grenades were seized. 
In other operation, the mentioned forces arrested a commander of militants along with his two men. 
Daayan a commander of insurgents was arrested by these forces in the vicinities of Baghlan Jaded. 
He had an active role in supplying weapons, explosives, transferring of suicide attackers and providing accommodation for them. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, February 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The police officials of Laghman province released a doctor from captivity of Taliban. 
Interior ministry reports BNA, Khan Aqa who worked as doctor in a medical clinic in Lghamn province was abducted on 15 February by Taliban and released as a result of   endeavors of police forces and elders of that province from vicinities of Besram village, Mehtarlam city. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday, February 17, 2013
Kabul (BNA) A contract on extraction of Lapse lazily Badakhshan mined was signed today between the ministry of Mines and company of Lajawardin extraction.
According to BNA report, the contract was signed by Waheedullah Sharani Minister of Mines and director of that company for 15 years.
The company with initial capital of three million US dollar and totally about seven million US dollars has invested in the project.

Sunday, 17 February 2013 11:36

Two Commander of Haqani’s Network Arrested

Sunday, February 17, 2013
Kabul (BNA) National police forces arrested two commanders of Haqqani terrorist network along with their four men from Khost and Logar provinces.
According to national defense ministry report to BNA, the arrested commanders were involved in designing and planning of terrorist attacks was armed with a Kalashnikov and a pistol.
Also according to the source, two mine planters while planting a road side bomb in relevant areas of Nawa district of Helmand province was killed and injured as a result of explosion of his mine.

Sunday, February 17, 2013
Kabul (BNA) There is no doubt that presently the majority of extremist groups’ leaders are living in Pakistan and widely supported by the powerful intelligence service of that country.
The assassination of Osama the most prominent Al-qaeda leader in a site close to a Pakistani military base, made it clear that Pakistan is a stronghold of all terrorist and extremist groups who have been funded, trained and sent to Afghanistan for carrying terrorist attacks.
This is ISI that leads, directs and organizes terrorist operation not Taliban.
Taliban are nothing but brained washed mercenaries who by launching terrorist attacks according to direct order of ISI agents kill Afghan innocent men, women and children and destroy their country.
Having such excessive influence on extremist and terrorist groups, it is ISI not the government of Pakistan can play a major role in bringing peace and stability in to Afghanistan.
So, all involved parties, who honestly strive for ensuring peace in Afghanistan, considering the grave role of this notorious Pakistani intelligence, should deal with it not the civilian government of that country, because the army and ISI say the final word there. 
Without doubt if the Pakistani government had control over its army particularly its intelligence service could play a significant role in bringing peace to Afghanistan.
Annually Pakistan receives millions of dollars from international community specially US for counter terrorism campaign; therefore they are not honest for complete eradication of terrorists’ hideouts in their territory, because they use it as a means of blackmail.
Because of the facts mentioned above, in spite of that the Pakistan and Afghan governments held several sessions and negotiated and made commitments for removing the crisis and restoring peace in to Afghanistan but all were in vain.
The last tripartite summit of Afghanistan, Pakistan and UK in London, also insisted on acceleration of peace process in Afghanistan and Pakistani side committed to cooperate for ensuring peace in Afghanistan but so far had done nothing because it is incapable for meeting its commitments. As I mentioned earlier, the army and ISI are the real decision makers in that country.
The political analysts of the situation in the region believe, now it is the time, the government of Pakistan along with its army and intelligence service, work honestly for accelerating and ensuring peace in Afghanistan is in interest of both Afghan and Pakistani people; otherwise Pakistan itself will be the prey of terrorism and extremism in near future.           

 

Sunday, February 17, 2013
KARACHI (BNA): A wave of nocturnal violence has snuffed out many lives since midnight here in the most populous city of Pakistan, Geo News reported Sunday morning.
Apart from fatal armed attacks, at least three passenger buses were also torched in parts of Karachi by violent vandals.
According to police sources two people were shot dead near the Parking Plaza in Sadar area of the city, whereas rescue sources informed Geo News that two freshly killed bodies, trussed up in gunnysacks, were found in Kharadar area.
In another incident, unknown armed men shot and injured four men near Gurumandir area. According to police the victims of this attack were young students.
Moreover two people were also reported to have survived an armed attack near Shah Faisal Bridge. They were under treatment in a hospital.