On Friday, the authority of Afghan has begun releasing 400 Taliban prisoners. It was the last obstacle in the long-delayed peace talks between two belligerent sides, the president of Afghan, Ashraf Ghani has also said that ‘they are a danger’ for the nation.
In Bid For Peace, Afghan Government Starts Releasing 400 Taliban Prisoner
Afghan government and Taliban are all set to hold a meeting withing the releasing period of the prisoners. These inmates were involved in many attacks that have taken thousands of lives of Afghans and foreigners.
Javid Faisal, National Security Council spokesperson revealed on Thursday that a group of 80 prisoners have been released. At the weekend, thousands of Afghans have taken the decision to release 400 militants who stated that they wanted to pave the way for talks to start in Qatar, Doha and a likely ceasefire. The decision is not accepted by the family of those who lost their lives in the attack.
Bashir Naween, the brother of the victim lost life in the truck bombing attack near of Germany embassy in Kabul said if Taliban is unable to make peace so thousands of people will be murdered and their families would be tortured. According to the reports by AFP said 44 insurgent have been included from the United States and other countries.
The prime minister of Australia, Scott Morrison said, in the starting of this week, he lobbied the ex-officer of the Afghan army who was a scoundrel and killed three Australians colleagues to be in the prison. Afghan’s president said it can create the problem not only for them but also for America and to the other countries of the world. Ghani said in the video conferencing that it was on the worth of peace but not on the cost of it.
The government has been out from the deal that bargained Kabul release, 5,000 militants, in the place of 1,000 Afghan government captivated by the insurgents. Stay connected with us.