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Afghanistan Police Academy Named After Shaheed Gen. Abdul Raziq

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Saturday October 19, 2019
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani participated and delivered speech in a ceremony held on the occasion of marking the 1st martyrdom anniversary of Martyred (Shaheed) Gen. Abdul Raziq, hero martyred of Afghanistan defense. In the ceremony held yesterday at Loya Jirga hall with participation of Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Ustad Abdul Rab Rassoul Sayaf, cabinet members, lawmakers and a number of political figures, the country’s President first by praying for the soul of martyrs of the country’s defense and security forces called Ge. Abdul Raziq as one of the bravest and the most honest members of ANDSF who was martyred as a result of plots of Afghanistan enemies.
“Gen. Abdul Raziq was a compatriot general who was loved by all the people. All Afghans, women, men, youths and dignitaries saw him as a real soldier of this land.” President Ghani said, praising Gen. Abdul Raziq for his heroisms and devotions for supporting the people. The country’s President further said that Afghanistan Police Academy was named after Gen. Abdul Raziq to honor his devotions and to remember his heroisms. Praising the country’s national defense and security forces for their heroisms and devotions, President Ghani said that sacrifices of the country’s ANDSF have caused that they overcome a big test for democracy, adding that ANDSF have been able to better maintain security of presidential elections amid of threats, concerns and plots against democracy in the country.
The country’s President further said that Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) have repelled four wave of enemies’ big attacks during the current year, adding that ANDSF are the real protectors of the country’s constitution, national values and sovereignty. “The people of Afghanistan took part in September 28 presidential elections amid of direct threats posed by armed Taliban fighters and uncertain political environment and showed their determination for democracy and reaching a meaningful peace in the country.
“The people and government of Afghanistan want an honorable and lasting peace in the country and are committed to reaching the peace,” President Ghani said, saying that peace has been one of my priority. The country’s President further said that he has changed peace to a national debate for the past five years as the people have now been felling the value of ending the war and lasting peace in the country.

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