Saleh: Taliban Fights Over Power ‘Not Religion’

First vice president, Amrullah Saleh in a visit to Nangarhar province said, that the “real fight” is over power.

According to Saleh Taliban have not yet replied to the question about their definition of the Islamic system, he added, the “real fight is over power, not religion”.

Saleh During the event in Nangarhar said, “we need peace with dignity and honor that ensures women’s rights” adding that “there will be no more compromise on the republic, human rights, and the nation’s flag”.

He blamed the Taliban and their allies for being involved in “all the destruction and the killing of the people in the country”.

Saleh whined, people in the areas under the Taliban influence are “poor and live like captives”, the economy of the country is badly affected, and that “we hope, we will address problems of people” who are under the Taliban influence.

This comes as President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday morning, visited Nangarhar province to meet with the provincial governor, military officers, public, writers, and cultural figures.

He was accompanied by his first vice president, cabinet member, national security adviser, parliament members, and other officials.







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