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Bombing, bloodshed ended since Islamic Emirate takeover, PM

KABUL: Large number of people on Wednesday celebrated August 31 during separate gatherings in several provinces of the country.
The Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund at a huge gathering to celebrate the first anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Emirate on Wednesday said: “I congratulate all mothers who lost their children, the orphans who lost their father and the Mujahidin who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of Afghanistan on this honorable day.”
During a gathering, the prime minister congratulated this day to Mujahidin who have sacrificed their lives or lost members of their bodies in Jihad. PM said the aspirations of Jihad are not wasted.
Mujahidin should not forget the nation, focus on following Islamic rules and work for the development of the country and the nation.
“You are the people of Jihad who fought the occupation for 20 years, thank Allah, and do not be mistaken by the rumors and propaganda of those who have brought nothing but pain and suffering to the nation,” he added.
The Islamic Emirate said that the world should come to negotiations for resolving problems instead of making excuses for creating more problems, the IEA Prime Minister said adding the Islamic Emirate was ready to talk with them.
In the meeting which was attended by wide number of government authorities including former government officials, jihadi leaders and influential figures, the country’s acting Defense Minister Mullah Mohammad Yaqoub inspected the Islamic Emirate’s air and ground military units’ parades and praised their sacrifices for the restoration of the Islamic system.
Also, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Zabihullah Mujahid spoke in the grand ceremony, congratulated the day to the Mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate and the entire people of Afghanistan and said: “The last U.S. troops left Afghanistan on August 31, the same day last year.”
“This is a great day and we are happy as the country gets rid of the aliens occupation,” said the IEA spokesman.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.