• publish: 14 October 2015
  • time: 6:53 pm
  • category: Security&Crime
  • No: 1715
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Ghazni Governor:

Akhtar Mansoor, Taliban Supreme Leader visited Ghazni to lead raids

Governor of Ghazni, Amanullah Hamimi said that the Taliban’s supreme leader, Mullah Muhammad Akhtar Mansour has been in Ghazni for the past few days and met with other top fellow commanders to lead the province’s collapse.

Ghazni governor claimed that Mullah Akhtar Mansour has held repeated meetings with Taliban commanders, shadow governors and fighters for 5 to 7 days in Ghazni, according to Ariana News.

“Mullah Akhtar Mansour has held extraordinary meetings for 5 to 7 days that their numbers reached to 200 to 300. He had gathered shadow governors to make plan for the collapse of Ghazni,” Amanullah Hamimi, Ghazni governor said.

Hamimi stressed that they have informed the Afghan government repeatedly but no measures were taken by the government.

“We have reported to the government many times but we wonder why they had not yet taken any measures!” Hamimi added.

“They have organized a complex operation for entering the Ghazni province but questions raises that why the Afghan government did nothing regarding the issue,” Aref Rahmani, representative of Ghazni in parliament said.

The lower house of Parliament decided to summon all security officials to respond regarding the presence of Mullah Akhtar Mansour in Ghazni.

Former vice president, Karim Khalili has also said that the government and foreign forces must respond why they have not arrested Mullah Mansour.

“We deny Mullah Mansour’s presence in Afghanistan. His base is outside of Afghanistan and it is impossible,” spokesman for the Interior Ministry, Sidiq Sidiqi said.

 

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