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Political game on to weaken govt: Helmand activists

Political game on to weaken govt: Helmand activists

Jun 09, 2017 - 17:30

LASHKARGAH (Pajhwok): Civil societyinfo-icon activists in southern Helmand province on Friday said foreign intelligence agencies were fueling ethnic strife in Afghanistaninfo-icon and the nation should foil the conspiracy.

Helmand civil society groups coordination office head Khudai Noor Khanzada told a press conference in Lashkargah, the provincial capital, that some people for their own benefits had become part of the plot to fuel ethnic tension in the country.

“We are gathered here to defend the system and voice our opposition to those trying to divide the Afghan tribes and weaken the government.”

Khanzada asked the government to prevent protests that created problems for the regime and common people.

He alleged some people had erected protest tents in Kabulinfo-icon and other parts to serve the interest of Iran and Pakistaninfo-icon.

Another activist, Matiullah Mati, said a handful of individuals had waged political games to weaken the government.



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