Rahmatullah Nabil, head of “Security and Justice” electoral team said during a campaign rally in Mazar-e Shrif city that no one can deal on our soil, adding that we are thirsty for service, not for power.

Rahmatullah Nabil, head of “Security and Justice” electoral team said during a campaign rally in Mazar-e Shrif city that no one can deal on our soil, adding that we are thirsty for service, not for power.
“The path to rescue Afghanistan is mutuality and we can save this country from crises only when all of us would have the right to own it,” said Rahmatullah Nabil, the head of Security and justice electoral team during a public rally in Mazar-e Sharif city on Sunday.

Having the support of Nezamuddin Qaisari, the commander of public uprising in Northern Afghanistan, Mr Nabil said that “A number of self-styled leaders have made Afghanistan small by the name of ethnicity, language or faction, but we want all people to consider themselves the owner of this land.”
“Mazar-e Sharif city is a small country like Afghanistan which housed all ethnicities. But some egotistical leaders have shrunk this country,” he underlined.
“We have taken the breath of each other during the past 40 years while we could breathe together,”
“Let’s do not be deceived by fake leaders and start a change because these leaders have not left a healthy Afghanistan for the young generation. If they were sympathetic, we would not have sacrificed 3 hundred young people daily, 50 to 100 would not be addicted, and 3 to 4 hundred mothers and sisters would not be widowed,”

The head of Security and Justice electoral team stressed that some figures misuse the name of martyrs and heroes, stating: “in the last election, we voted to Ashraf Ghani as the second thinker, but we saw in his 5-year rule that every home experienced grief and poverty.”

According to him, the monster of bias has taken the feelings of our young generation. “they prefer to drown themselves in the European waters because the sense of ownership has been taken out from them, and we will revive this feeling.”
Referring to the opening of Torkham gate for 24 hours, Mr Nabil emphasized that “no one can deal our soil and this is national treason.”

Stressing that we will not turn government into business, this political figure said that “70 percent of campaigners in one of the electoral tickets who consider themselves at the forefront, have embezzlement cases.”
“People close to Ghani have been rapidly promoted in three years while there were youth and champions from other ethnicities as well,”
“You have three teams in the elections that are good, bad and worse and you have to decide which one to vote for,” Mr Nabil added.


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