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50 Government Armed Oppositions Join Peace Process In Kandahar

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Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Kandahar (BNA) A group of 50 member from the government armed oppositions has joined peace process in Panjwaye the southern province of Kandahar, an official said. 
The group was led by Hajji Maullem who had been engaged in anti-government activities in some parts of Kandahar city and Helmand province districts such as Kajaki, Musa Qala, Sangeen and Greshk districts, said Panjwayi district governor, Fazluddin. 
According to him, the armed men had realized the Afghan government legitimacy and joined the peace process along with all their arms and ammunitions. 
Governor for the southern Kandahar province, Toryalay Weesa called joining of the armed oppositions group a success for the peace process and vowed to provide work facilities for them.

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