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Raziq Accuses NUG Elements to Destabilize Kandahar

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    Posted: 27-May-2017 at 12:03pm
Officials in Kandahar say their southern province is being sidelined by government and that insecurity there is not coincidental.
Raziq Accuses NUG Elements Of Trying To Destabilize Kandahar

Kandahar's police chief General Abdul Raziq on Friday spoke out about elements within the National Unity Government and accused them of wanting to destabilize Kandahar province.

Speaking at an event on Friday, Raziq said that these elements want to destabilize Kandahar, like that of Helmand and Uruzgan provinces.
“Kandahar's insecurity is not by accident but there are some elements from within central government who are working on the process,” Raziq said.  
“Our province's talented people are not hired in government and the war in southern provinces has been imposed and this is intentional,” said Lalai Hamidzai and MP.
Meanwhile, a number of participants at the event said the central government is ignoring the southern provinces.
“Our talented people from the south west zone have been fired and no chance of work is given to them and the government pays no attention to the south west provinces,” said Hamdullah Nazik, a former NDS director for Helmand province.
“All girl’s schools are closed in the province, our health sector situation is very bad, no construction is being done in the province and the reason behind all this is the central government ,” said Daoud Gulzar, a presidential adviser.
The participants warned that if the central government does not pay serious attention to the threats raised by the Taliban in Helmand, Uruzgan and Zabul the security situation will get worse and people's trust in government will diminish.

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