Will take action if security doesn't improve, warns Noor

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KABUL: The CEO of the Jamiat-e-Islami Party Atta Mohammad Noor called on the Afghan government leaders not to arm the murders of the Afghan people and improve the country’s deteriorating security situation.


Addressing a gathering in Mazar-i-Sharif city, Balkh provincial capital, Noor urged President Ashraf Ghani not to support murderers of the people of Afghanistan, warning of its negative consequences. He, however, didn’t go into details of how murders were being supported.


“If the government does not pay attention to areas lacking security, then we must take action, and we don’t care if they call them militia…” Noor warned.


“The government leaders were warned against the foreign fighters’ return from middle Asia to Badakhshan province.”


“But the warning has been ignored, and that is why the security deteriorated across the country and in the northern provinces,” he added.