Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

To Oppose the Government we don’t Reach Anywhere: Danish

To Oppose the Government we don’t Reach Anywhere: Danish

KABUL - Second Vice President Sarwar Danish said historical experience shows that opposing to the government is not beneficial for the people.
On Friday, May 22, when Mr. Danish was addressing the political meetings of Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan (Hizb-e-Wahdat Islami), he said political isolation and being away from the government or opposition to the government, for whatever reason, is to the detriment of our people.
He stressed that we have to be part of the government, in politics and in the governance and he also added that we should not be inactive and just the observers. We shouldn’t feel ourselves aloof and others as power owners. He stressed that we have to be active and professionals in the government’s politics and governance.
He mentioned to the role of the opposition that sometimes due to political situation a group can act as opposition, but he added that being opposition for Hazara’s has not any political benefit, stressing that: “Therefore, in no case we should be in conflict and hostile with the government and despite many problems, we should find ourselves well in interaction with the government and other ethnics and political groups and we must consider ourselves the owner of this land and feel to have shared fate in the happiness and tragedies of our country.
Second Vice President pointed out the national unity government allocated funding for roads in central Afghanistan and said that, if we cooperate with the government, we can better reach to the stability, development, improvement and achieve justice. He added that despite all the challenges that lies ahead the national unity government, has allotted two major road projects worth 400 and 204 million dolars for Bamyan province and neighboring provinces that helps the development of the central region. Mr. Danish, in other parts of his speech emphasized on state-building, avoiding war and violence, unity and integration of the peoples of Afghanistan and the failure to comply with the theory of xenophobia. (Outlook)