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THE ATTACK ON HAJI MOHAQIQ IS HIGHLY REPREHENSIBLE

Hazara United Movement (HUM), United Kingdom is extremely aggrieved over the attack on the life of Haji Muhammad Mohaqiq, the leader of the Islamic Unity Party, people of Afghanistan which took place on Tuesday in Kabul.

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In the wake of the US drawdown in 2014, these attacks signify the strength and control of terrorists including the Taliban who are supported by intelligence agencies of the neighbouring countries to disturb the law and order situation. It also signals that Afghanistan is being prepared for another bloodshed in the name of caste, race, ethnicty, cultural and religious background in the post 2014 withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan. Image

Haji Mohaqiq is a highly respected person among all the strata of Afghan society whose bold and clear stance for the rights of minorities including the Hazaras, Uzbeks, the Baloch, Sikhs and others have escalated his political stature as an acceptable Afghan leader.

Intenational community including the US, the UK and other influential nations of the world must exercise extreme caution when holding talks with the Taliban and making sure that in post 2014 withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Taliban should not be allowed to carry out their illegal business of opium culvating and killing of innocent citizens.

The Afghan government must take utilize its resources to nab the perpetrators of this attack and bring them to justice.

About Hazara United Movement (HUM)

Advocacy and Campaigning Organisation working for the rights of minorities and indigenous peoples.

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