Saur revolution was the beginning point of wars in Afghanistan,

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Afghanistan not only failed to be helped lead to a right direction after the bloody Saur 7 (April 27 1978) coup succeeded to kill the first Afghan President, Mohammad Daud Khan and shaped, but followed the worst intolerable situation in the country, some people and expert believe.

by Zabi Rashidi

Following the coup, the former Red Army invasion to Afghanistan, where they faced firm resistance from the people leading to approximately full economic, social and political infrastructures of Afghanistan can be called one of the unpleasant consequences of Saur 7 in Afghanistan, they believe.

The two key but–then seceded hardliner and moderate Khalq and Parcham parties that resulted in shaping People Democratic Party of Afghanistan overthrew Daud Khan regime along with 30 members of his family.

A political analyst, Waheed Muzhda said the former Soviet Union was willing to reach the Indian warm waters and control the rein and totalitarian against the west block in the world, but faced a firm resistance from the people.
Millions of people were either killed or wounded as well as fled their homes and sought refuge beyond the border after the 24 hour-coup led by Nor Mohammad Taraki took power in the country.
A Kabul citizen and a Bank retired, refusing to be named said two of his brothers who were pilot had been taken out of home to an unidentified site, with no still information about their destiny.
He condemned the Day and called Saur 7 the begging of miseries and scourges in the country, where Mujaheedin not only failed to recover and repair the disasters and destructions but, enter the second ruinous phase, with the disasters still continue, drawing the world powers attention to get engaged in the so-called anti-insurgents’ efforts.
Saur 7 is being condemned, but Mohammad Daud Khan’s martyrdom is being marked by the assigned committee for identifying the victims’ bodies, some political parties and social institutions in Afghanistan.

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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