The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

No discrimination in Islamic Emirate: Prime Minister

KABUL: Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir met with a number of religious scholars, youths and influential figures of the country’s central province of Maidan Wardak, his office said in a statement Monday. In the meeting, Mawlavi Kabir said that the current system has risen from the heart of the society, all Afghans have equal rights and discrimination has no place in the Islamic system, according to the statement. Expressing the pleasure over the re-establishment of the Islamic system, the elders said that after decades for the first time the real representatives of the nation took the country’s affairs and this was as a result of efforts and sacrifices of the people, according to the statement. Also, they assured of their full support to the Islamic Emirate as well as assured of any necessary cooperation with the current system, the statement added. They shared problems related to their province with the PM Kabir, asking for the implementation of the development projects and distribution of electricity in their province. Meanwhile, Deputy PM appreciated their sacrifices and efforts for supporting the Islamic Emirate and taking constructive and active part in Jihad and assured that special attention will be paid to address their challenges, the statement added. “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) is a common home for all Afghans and all officials are ready to honestly serve for the war-affected people and country,” the statement quoted the deputy PM Kabir as saying. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.