Mohammad Ismail Khan, a prominent Jihadi leader and former Minister of Energy and Power has urged government to get the assistance of Mujahideen for security.
While talking to a gathering in western Herat province, Ismail Khan said that government has failed to maintain security and therefore it should adopt changes in the rankings of security institutions.
Government’s strategies have failed in maintaining the security, there for it should listen to Mujahideen, Ismail Khan said in the presence of several former Mujahideen and residents of Herat.
The former Jihadi leader did not go into specifics but warned government that the situation would worsen if it does not implement a draft presented by the Mujahideen.
This comes as another prominent Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rasoul Sayaf made a similar suggestion in Kabul.
Sayaf said that government should not marginalize Mujahideen when it comes to national defense and interests but give them a larger role.
Source: Khaama Press