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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Second vice-president Mohammad Karim Khalili chaired the meeting of national disaster preparedness committee, which discussed the readiness for delivering emergency assistance to the flood affected families in Kapisa, Paktika, Panjshir, Parwan, Bamyan, Laghman, Kandahar and Jaghuri, Malistan district and other districts of Ghazni province as a result of which a number of countrymen sustained human and material losses.
The meeting reiterated on delivering of food and non-food aid to the affected people of the recent floods.
Khalili considering rendering of assistance and addressing to the needs of the flood families as the religious and national mission of the government and stressed that all necessary aids should be immediately dispatched to all the flood affected families and no affected individual should remain without aid.
The minister of rehabilitation and rural development discussed about the flood affected people.
In Imam Sahib district of Kunduz and said that he along with the minister of agriculture and irrigation visited the affected area and the meeting proposed allocation of Afs. 30 million from the budget of the committee to be delivered to the budget of the minister of energy and water for digging of a canal and creation of ditches on the course of the river in Kunduz and it was stated that work on this scheme should be immediately stared.
The minister of refugees and returnees and deputy head of the secretariat of the committee took up the issue of the displaced families in Jawzjan due to rise of water in Jawzjan, Kunduz and Balkh and the meeting allocated 750 tons of wheat and rice for the three thousand displaced families in those provinces and the ministers of refugee and returnees, agriculture and irrigation and the general administration for disaster preparedness and the provincial councils were instructed to assist in distribution of the aid to the displaced families.
As per the proposal of the ministry of agriculture and irrigation 750 tons of wheat has been allocated for the three thousand farmers of Takhar, Kunduz and Baghlan who have been affected by the natural calamities and their melon products were spoiled and this should be distributed under the supervision of the agriculture and irrigation ministry.
The meeting was informed on the extent of losses to the affected people to Kapisa, Parwan, Pnjshir, Laghman, Bamyan, and Ghazni as well and it was decided that the number of affected people in those provinces are specified so that aid will be provided to them.
The meeting also allocated 200 tons wheat for the displaced people of Kunar due to rocket attacks of Pakistan on the province and another 200 tons of wheat for the displaced people of Khan Abad district of Kunduz and it was reiterate that 200 tons of wheat for the affected people in Nahur should also be transferred to them.
As per the proposal of the minister of rehabilitation and rural development the committee allocated Afs. 15 million for meeting the problem of potable water of eight northern provinces from the budget of the committee.
Meanwhile, the representatives of the ministries of defense and Red Crescent Society said that they have provided food aid to 340 and another 120 displaced families in Dangan district of Kunar who were displaced due to rocket attacks.
At the end the committee instructed all the member organs of the committee to adopt precautionary measures for combating possible problems during the winter.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) People including friends and relatives had paid tribute to late Abdul Qayam the former education minister in Fatiha Khawani ceremony held in Eidgah mosque yesterday.
In the ceremony held by the ministry of education and senior minister Hadayat Amin Arsala a number of ranking officials and cabinet members including justice minister Habibullah Ghalib attended.
Born in 1298 in Laghman province and receive PhD form US, the late Abdul Qayum had served in different capacity including minister for education, minster for interior and governor for Helmand.
He also served as professor in Saudi Arabia and till last year the late Abdul Qayum had contributed 10,000 US dollars annually to the ministry for education.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The 11th of September has been the day that 11 years ago the World Trade Center towers and several other places inside the US territories targeted by terrorist attacks.
At these attacks thousands of innocent US civilians lost their lives. The people of Afghanistan that itself the victim of terrorism feels that the pains and miseries of the US people more any other people.
The 11th September incident of 2001 dragged the feet of the international forces into Afghanistan, while the people of Afghanistan were made up of two decades of war and cruelties of international terrorists and for the first time in its prideful history they welcomed and supported foreign troops.
However, the war against terrorism in our country did not move as was necessitated. The main center of support and training of terrorism that are located outside the country were completely ignored and they were not targeted.
As a result once again the rural villages and Afghan homes were turned as the front of merciless war which brought about immense human and material losses to the people of the country.
The results of this war indicated that if the approaches of the war is not changed not only the war would not lead to the annihilation of the terrorism but this will be the start of new miseries and catastrophes in the region and in the world and that will harm all the world people.
So remembrance of the 11th September is an opportunity that the world once again should review the thinking over the approaches and the method to struggle against terrorism and they should come out in order to compensate the past mistakes.

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