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IEA sparing no effort for a prosperous Afghanistan, Deputy PM Hanafi

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs of the Islamic Emirate Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, met with a number of scholars, elders and influential figures of the country’s western province of Farah, Deputy PM office said in a statement Monday. In the meeting, Mawlavi Faqir Ahmad spoke on behalf of others and expressed pleasure over ensuring countrywide sure security and re-establishment of the Islamic system in the country, the statement said, adding that the Afghan nation, particularly the people of Farah province had made lots of efforts and sacrifices for the freedom of their country. Mawlavi Faqir also added that rules and criteria should be given priority over relations, and everyone should jointly combat ongoing challenges and work together towards development and prosperity of the country, according to the statement. “The Islamic Emirate should provide the people of Farah with education facilities and employment opportunities, as well as serious attention should be paid in implementation of development projects in the province,” the statement quoted Mawlavi Faqir as saying. Welcoming, the scholars and elders Deputy PM Hanafi, appreciated the efforts and sacrifices of the people and scholars of the province for ending the occupation and establishing the Islamic system, the statement further said. “Severing and protecting the current system is the religious and conscientious responsibility of every member of the society,” the statement quoted Deputy PM Hanafi as saying. Pointing to the development and prosperity of the country, and the provision of necessary facilities for the people, Hanafi added that the Islamic Emirate will not spare any possible efforts towards building a progressive and prosperous Afghanistan. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.