Instability in Afghanistan Results from Wrong Struggle Strategy against Taliban, Islamic Unity Party
Afghanistan, Kabul, 24 October / Trend corr. A.Hakimi/ Growing rate of terrorism attacks, murders and larceny in Afghanistan causes concern about the future of the country and demonstrates the feebleness of the government in struggle against terrorism.
Such frequent violation of country's security manifest the wrong struggle policy against Taliban, Mohammad Mohaqiq, a member of Parliament and the chairman of the Islamic Unity Party, said to Trend .
Afghan Interior Minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar said on 24 October that the crimes committed in Afghanistan have political support. In recent several days rebels killed 40 people on the Kandagar-Herat road. The number of armed attacks and murders is also rapidly increasing in Kabul.
Situation in 16 provinces in Afghanistan has deteriorated even more in recent year, said Mohaqiq.
"According to Helmand representatives at the Parliament, administration of 12 out of 13 state bodies of those provinces are controlled by Taliban," Mohaqiq said to Trend on 24 October.
According to Mohaqiq, several regions in the Arzegan Province are also controlled by Taliban. And instability is spreading from the south of the country to the north. Mohaqiq said number of stability violation is also rising in the Bagdis Province - rebels control its central part.
This week, Herat representatives, blaming the authorities for indifference, held a protest action against frequent violation of stability, larceny and armed attacks.
Mohaqiq blames the Government for the instability in the country. Wrong struggle policy against Taliban, lack of accurate anti-terrorism plan threatens the future of Afghanistan. The wrong strategy complicates the work of the coalition forces, he said.
According to experts, efficient and coordinated arrangements must be made to ensure security in the country. Only in this can enable success. The main requirement of the Afghan society in the current situation is to take right decisions and make firm steps in this direction.