KABUL: Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, in a meeting with elders, scholars and youth representatives of Bamyan province, said that the Islamic Emirate would not allow anyone to fuel discrimination among the country’s citizens, a statement from his office said Wednesday. “With the arrival of the Islamic Emirate, national unity has been secured and no one has the right to fuel ethnic, religious and linguistic discriminations in Afghanistan,” the statement quoted the deputy PM as saying. Representing others, Dr. Jafar Mahdavi, Shaikh Wafaye and Latif Mudaqeq appreciated the local government of Bamyan province for behaving well with the people, the statement said. He also said that the Islamic system was the wish of all Afghans and that the Islamic Emirate sees all the country’s tribes equally, according to the source. In the meeting, they shared their viewpoints and challenges and called on the deputy PM that employment opportunities should be paved for the Bamyan youths in the government structure. Deputy Prime Minister Mawlavi Kabir said that the Islamic Emirate has gained victory and reached power through the struggle and sacrifices of all Afghans, the statement continued.