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fasihudin: Taliban army chief says those who defend democracy will be suppressed – Times of India


NEW DELHI: The Chief of Army Staff of the Taliban, Fasihudin, has stated that those who defend democracy in Afghanistan and oppose the Taliban will be suppressed.
He added that they will suppress all those who defend the positive aspects of the previous twenty years beneath the identify of particular ethnic teams or resistance in Afghanistan, Khaama News reported.
Those who defend democracy in Afghanistan and oppose the Taliban will be suppressed, he stated.
Though he didn’t immediately identify any group, he in all probability alluded to the resistance entrance led by Ahmad Masoud in Panjshir province.
The entrance, which was lastly defeated by the Taliban after 15 days, was created by former vice-president Amrullah Saleh and the son of the slain Ahmad Shah Masoud.
Fasihudin stated these individuals are disturbing safety and need bloodshed in Afghanistan, the report stated.
Fasihudin, who was speaking to a gathering in Kabul on Wednesday, stated that consultations over creating an Afghan nationwide army are occurring to determine a potent army.
Fasihudin, who is also called the conqueror of the northern province of Afghanistan, is taken into account one of the hardest army leaders of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.



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