Afghanistan: Sayed Noorullah Sadat warns Dustom over party leadership

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by Zabi Rashidi

 

Mazar-e-Sharif The still working chairman of Afghanistan Islamic National Organization blamed the northern alliance backed Gen. Abdul Rasheed Dostum of illegally replacement the party’s leadership and warned him of reveling what had he had done against human rights and other illegal activities.

According to the status of the organization, General Dostum who is currently a National Army General can’t interfere in the internal affairs of the party or replace the chief, he said warning to disclose what he had done during his power against human rights and crimes.

He said, based on the committee of the party’s statue, only the Party’s leadership can decide on the changes if needed.

He cautioned to discover what the general had done during his power, including war crimes, illegal activities and other allegations.

But, the spokesman for the organization, Faizullah Zakki rejected the allegation as baseless as saying, based on the Afghanistan’s National Organization’s statue, the leadership had been scheduled for two years, while Sadat had illegally led it for five years.

The party’s committee is decided to have active part in the 2014 elections, the new leadership is expected to be assigned by the party’s congress, so Azizullah Kargar had been assigned as a temporal chief.





Rejecting Sadat’s allegation, the spokesman said if Dostum was involved in war crimes and violated human rights, then Sadat was also his close co-worker.

He added General Dostum was the party’s spiritual leader, with no one could dismiss him.

Afghanistan’s Islamic National Front is the biggest and powerful party in the north, with the analysts believing no division could be created within the party, as the entire Turks would support General Dostum, by any mean, but confirming the tension can bring disbelief for remaining it as a powerful political party during the forthcoming elections.

Author Details
Rashidi Zabiullah Afghan journalist Reportercameraman and Photojournalist Rashidi worked as a journalist with The New York Times in Qandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif. He’s worked with BBC World and the British forward support base in Mazar-i-Sharif. He also worked as a Journalist for the Swedish Army for 8 years and Norwegian governments in Northern. and Veterans today famous Reporter in Afghanistan
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