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Supreme Leader holds meeting with some key defense officials

KABUL: The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mullah Hebbatullah Akhundzada held a meeting with a number of high-ranking defense ministry’s officials the other day, spokesman of the Islam Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement.
The meeting was attended by the officials of the deputy ministry’s strategic intelligence and the central and other army corpses of the Ministry of National Defense, the statement said.
“The intelligence of a country is a key organ working for good reputation and protection of the system and defeating the enemy, as well as preventing corruption. So, there is a need for you to fully concentrate in the appointment of the related officials,” said the Supreme Leader adding that eligible individuals and men of virtue should be preferred in the appointments.
He reiterated that the related officials should do their best to appoint eligible and trusted people in order not to arrest criminals instead of non-criminals and not to jail them illegally.
“If the term of the prisoners needed extension, there is a need for taking permission from the court or the related leadership. The prisoners should be treated well and any illegal punishment should be avoided,” said the Supreme Leader.
He also said the related officials should think about their responsibilities and that how they could influence the Islamic sharia. “You should avoid implementation of the previous brutal laws, which have been practiced during the previous regimes.”
Friendship and discrimination based on relation, tribe and region and nepotism in appointments should seriously be avoided, the leader asked.
Other issues relating to the Islamic sharia such as praying, should be observed, the Supreme Leader advised.
The meeting participants heard the advices of the leader and assured him of performing what he instructed and shared their achievements and works they had done during their activities, the statement concluded. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.