Jihadi leaders’ council calls for review of Afghan Govt.’s plans

Kabul [Afghanistan]: The Council of Protection and Stability for Afghanistan (CPSA) and the New National Front of Afghanistan have urged for review of the government’s plans in governance, elections and reforms.

Also, Former Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rassoul Sayyaf said on the occasion of 28th anniversary of the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan that neighboring countries should stop their involvement in the country’s violence, reports Tolo News.

“Our neighbors should not derive pleasure from our country’s miseries; they will be caught up in this misery. This is not my saying; this is what the Islam Prophet Mohammad [peace be upon him] says,” he said.

The participants said that terrorists are carrying out an unannounced war against the people of Afghanistan.

Al-Qaida, a number of Taliban factions and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) have created an ominous circle, which has prolonged the war against the people of Afghanistan, the participants said.

The participants, meanwhile, called for a quick announcement of parliamentary elections’ date. (ANI)