President: Taliban are looking for power and chair, not peace
Reporter: Shershah Nawabi
President Ghani, on his visit to Kunar, said that peace has been brought to the text since the people of Afghanistan want peace. He emphasizes that peace is his initiative and he does not hesitate to sacrifice in this way, but he insists that the peace must be provided in Afghanistan, which will not create a new crisis. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani says: “The armed opposition is calling for the abolition of the constitution that will be the beginning of a new bloodshed season in the country. From the time of Ahmad Shah Abdali to the government of Hamid Karzai, the fight in this country was for chair and power. But I have not come by the support of American tanks and nor I have and foreign guards to protect me. I have been elected by the votes of people and I will never lose the rights of the citizens. ”
Mr. Ghani believes that the Taliban are pushing for more gains from the government by intensifying the battle all around the country. “Peace will come in the country, but the Taliban are more likely to score and took advantage of the current situation,” he added: “after announcing a cease-fire, 95 percent it was possible to stop the fight for a few days but the regional countries stopped Taliban. All we want is to prevent a new crisis. If the world leaves us, we have a lot of potentials, that the future of the world is tied to the mines of Afghanistan; I am thinking on behalf of whole land rising, not a few billionaires. ”
Mr. Ghani emphasizes peace in the country in a time that, Taliban has intensified fighting in several provinces of the country, especially Helmand and Nangarhar, as the peace talks between the United States and the Taliban continue in Qatar, that has to raise military and civilian casualties in recent days.