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Sunday, 29 July 2012 07:13

Governor Of Chek District Martyred

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Maidan-Shaher (BNA) Governor of Chek district of Maidan-Wardakk province was martyred by Taliban this morning.
Shahidullah Shahid spokesman of Maidan-Wrdak governor said to BNA, Mohammad Ismael Wafa district governor of Chek in Maidan-Wardak province was martyred by armed Taliban. 
This event occurred when the Chek district governor was going from his house to headquarter of the district, came under attack by Taliban in Babakula area and killed, said the source. 
According to the source, in this event the son of Mohammad Ismael Wafa has been wounded. 
No one has been arrested in connection of the case and police started searching operation for arresting of terrorists in the area. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Hamid Karzai the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan issuing a decree, officially announced anti-corruption campaign program and put one of Afghanistan commitments before international community in practice. 
BNA political analyst writes: 
Hamid Karzai the president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, recently issuing a decree to the state organs called them for a serious and extensive campaign against administrative corruption. 
What is important in this decree is the duties and obligations of each state department have been specified and implementation date has been determined. 
According to the decree, which has 33 sections and 164 articles, the state departments have been assigned to carry out specific duties in anti-corruption campaign to eradicate this evil phenomenon forever. 
This decree is issuing in a time, while internationally Afghanistan is blamed for wide spread corruption in the country and international commitments for Afghanistan which is a must for the country is restricted seriously to anti-corruption campaign. 
While international community depend its aids to specific commitments by Afghan government on fight against corruption, Afghan government not only considers anti-corruption campaign as its commitment before the international community but also as a national need fights against different types of corruptions which severely damaged the economic and social systems and badly affected the stability of the country. 
Hamid Karzai in a specific session of the three organs of the state, held on 21st of June in Kabul, clearly announced that he would adopt more serious measures for ensuring rule of law, administrative reforms and economic self-sufficiency and stability of the country and the recent presidential decree is a step toward the implementation of the above goals. 
This decree assigns all state departments to launch organized and coordinated operation for good governance, anti-corruption campaign, and rule of law, economic self sufficiency and in ensuring widespread security across the country. 
It has been said in the introduction of the decree, (In spite of great achievements in various aspects, unfortunately, we are still facing serious problems, regarding to ensuring good governance, in anti-corruption campaign, enforcing law and reaching economic self-sufficiency. 
Therefore the decree has been issued for removing the existing problems and to bring necessary reform in all three organs of the state).
Now, the question is raised, how much the state departments would be capable of implementing relevant items of the decree. Without doubt implementation of the decree would not be free of problems and challenges but the main point is that for ensuring national interests, the decree should be implemented because the dignity and the pride of  Afghanistan is seriously linked to fight against corruption. 
The people expect the state organs to deal corruption seriously, because, during decades of war, it is developed in to an endemic and already changed in an evil culture of our society. 
The experts believe, if the decree of the president as it expected, to be implemented, there would be a revolution on establishment of healthy administration, accountability and capability of the state departments. 
Issuing such a decree is a commencement of a great work for ensuring public interests, which results the prosperity of the country. 
The decree is supported by Afghan people who have sustained grave difficulties because of the evil phenomenon of corruptions, and hope the decree to be implemented exactly in the light of the president’s own commitments and remain no on paper.

Sunday, 29 July 2012 06:03

Peace And Reconciliation Process

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Since the establishment of the interim administration maintaining security and peace have been a priority for the Afghan government.
The Afghan government endeavored and tirelessly worked on mechanisms to accomplish peace and security across the country.
The Afghan government in a unique initiative commenced peace dialogue or peace and reconciliation process with the government opponents aiming to invite those disgruntled and armed oppositions to lay down their arms, obey the Afghan constitution, cut ties with Al- Qaeda and other terrorist groups and join the national mainstream.
Recently in Tokyo conference the participants reaffirmed the importance of peace and reconciliation process with a view to end the ongoing violence in the country and restoring lasting peace and security as per the UN security Council Resolutions and as stated in the London and Kabul Communiqués, and reconfirmed in the Bonn Conclusions.
The process that will lead to reconciliation and peace must be inclusive, represent the legitimate interests of all Afghans and be Afghan- led and Afghan owned.
In this context, the participants reiterated the importance of reconciliation principles such as the renunciation of violence, the breaking of ties with international terrorism and respect the Afghan Constitution, including its human rights provisions, notably the rights of women, and emphasized the region’s respect and support for the peace process and its outcome.
The participants recognized the importance of reintegration as an integral part of the peace process, which will pave the way for community recovery and post conflict rehabilitation of Afghan society through improving security, community development and local governance.
In this regard, the international Community welcomed the progress made in reintegration efforts so far including the reintegration of over 4,700 ex-combatants.
The International Community welcomed the appointment of the new chairman of the High Peace Council, Salahuddin Rabbani, reaffirmed its strong support for the peace efforts of the Afghan government through this High Peace Council and the Afghan peace and reintegration program (APRP), and called upon the regional countries that they can play a positive role to extend all possible cooperation to ensure the success of the peace process.
The participants also stressed the importance of the participants of civil society organizations and women’s groups in the support of the peace process and the culture of peace and human rights in Afghan society in particular in the light of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
The Afghan nation hope strives and endeavors made by the Afghan government and International Community wouldn’t be wasted and the government opponents by joining the national mainstream would take solid and forward steps for a stable and prosperous Afghanistan.

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The House of People while discussing the security situation in the country instructed its domestic defense and international affairs to prepare a proposal for improving security situation to the general meeting.
At the meeting led by the speaker of the House of people Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi, the members of the house discussed the president’s decree on realization of his historic address on the first of Saratan of current year at the extraordinary meeting of the National Assembly.
Some of the deputies by criticizing the government policies towards corruption reiterated that the activities which had to be achieved by government in the past ten years are focusing its attention on them now.
On the basis of assertion of the deputies the latest decree of the president in relation to corruption and improvement of governance cannot be effective at the higher ranks of the government.
Some deputies viewed that lack of rule of law, favoritism at the government organs, in the past ten year has caused that Afghanistan could not use the available opportunities.
According to the members of the House of People, unless there political will for elimination of corruption and ensuring the rule of law in all government foundations are ensured, such decree cannot rectify the situation.
They emphasized that existence of corruption at the courts and judicial foundations that the files of the powerful are preserved that the usurpation of government and private properties further expanded.
Some other deputies by criticizing of the approaches of the security foundations in relation to the security situation in the country said that country corruption at these foundations have reached its peaks and that the military officers are appointed on the basis of special selections and relations.
Other deputies viewed that there are some positive points in the decree of the president and there is need that practical steps are taken for its implementation which will prove positive in ensuring the rule of law.
Other issues like inattention of the government towards third degree provinces, low quality of implemented projects, non existence of honesty in carrying the affairs, inattention of the in charges in carrying their tasks and the people’s economic problems were also taken up by the deputies.

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Paktia (BNA) 24 armed Taliban were killed in several military operations by Afghan and NATO forces in Logar, Maidan-Wardak and Paktika provinces. 
These operations conducted on hideouts of rebels in the outskirts of Barmal Wargoon of Paktika, Barak-i-Barak of Logar and Nerkh district of Maidan-Wardak province. 
A first position of 303 army corps of that province said to BNA, in this operation nearly 20 other fighters were injured and tens of heavy and light arms of them were seized by these forces. 
He confirmed that among the killer, Qari Abdul Rahman a local commander of Taliban was included. 
According to the source, the Afghan and NATO forces had no casualties in these operations. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Personnel of national directorate for security during a special operation against Taliban hideouts in Ahmad Abad district of Paktia province and provincial capital Gardez city had found arms and ammunitions including three RPG, 15 anti-vehicle mines and 60 kg hashish yesterday.
In a related development an oil tanker was recovered and three persons arrested in this connection.
Meantime, 25 kg explosive device was discovered from under a bridge in Musahi of Kabul yesterday and thus terror attack foiled. 

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A 16 member armed opposition under Mullah Abdul Wahid gave up fighting and joined the peace process in Gulran district of Herat province yesterday.
The mentioned group was active in Gulran, Kushki Kohna and Rubat-e-Sangi district and their joining to peace process would further improve security situation in the province.

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Malaysia has agreed to provide five scholarships annually to Afghan students and this was announced during the visit of Dr. Obaidullah Obaid the minister for higher education to Malaysia.
Dr. Obaid during the visit held meetings with deputy to prime minister, education minister, minister for higher education and other officials and exchanged view on matters pertaining mutual interests between the two countries.
During the meeting the Afghan delegation emphasized for enhancing relations between the universities of the two countries, exchange of delegation and boosting cooperation in the field of education.
The Malaysia side including its minister for higher education assured their support and promised to provide five scholarships annually to the ministry of higher education of Afghanistan and the number would increase in future.

Sunday, 29 July 2012 05:17

Six Armed Taliban Killed In Paktia

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Paktika (BNA) Six armed Taliban were killed in air attack of NATO forces last night. 
These rebels were killed in Janikhail district when hideouts of rebels were targeted. 
Gul Marjan governor of Janikhail district of Paktia province said to BNA, these rebels had role in several recent insecurity areas in this district. 
Janikhail confirmed that in this attack six Taliban rebels were killed and their hideouts were completely destroyed. 
According to him in this bombardment the civilians had no casualties.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday, July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The message notes that I was informed with great regret the death of Mawlawi Abdul Qadeer Shahab one of the experienced and knowledgeable religious scholars and a judge of the country, may his departed soul rest in peace. 
Late Mawlawi Abdul Qadeer Shahab has been an experienced religious scholar and the people utilized his experiences as a judge. 
He served in the country’s courts as judge and his death is a loss. The president conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved family members, his friends and the people of Qarabagh district and wishes patience for his bereaved family members.