Posted by: Editor | July 21, 2008

Marshal Qasim Fahim, hundreds visit Mohqiq

By Daiyar

Kabul: On the 7th Day of hunger strike the ailing health of Ustad Mohqiq is worsening. He is now limited to his bed, and has low blood pressure. As he is receiving high-level visitors at his residence, doctors have declared his condition critical.

The day before, 20th July, Marshal Qasim Fahim paid a visit to Mohaqiq, requesting him to end the hunger strike. Marshal Fahim said, “Afghanistan is consistsed of different ethnicities, and the President should avoid ethnocentrism”. He announced his full moral and political support for Mohaqiq, strongly condemning the Kuchi invasion.

Meanwhile, hundreds others, including Ayathullah Taqadusi, Waeizada Behsudi, Vice Speaker of Lower House Mirwais Yasini, Registrar Lower House Mr. Khawas, Herat MP Mulavi Gul Ahmed, Khiyal Muhammad Hussaini, MPs Shah Gul Rezae, Fatima Nazari, Ibrahim Qasimi, Senators Sharifi, Nasrin Parsa, Najiba Hussaini, Suleman Yari and others visited Mohaqiq’s residence, inquiring about his well-being. They urged Mohaqiq to end the hunger strike.

Mohaqiq, however, rejected all please, saying, “I would continue until my death to show the UN and international community the ethnocentrist face of Karzai, the Fascist”. He said Hazarastan was the most peaceful belt in Afghanistan, but the Fascist circle intends to turn it into a troubled area in order to gain their devilish political aims. The Fascists are of the aim to repeat the barbarism of the Abdul Rahman era.

Mohaqiq reiterated that he is still respecting the efforts of international community building peace in Afghanistan, but can answer the Fascists. He said nomadism (“Kuchi Gari”) should come to an end and terrorists should no more enjoy constitutional support; political benefits such as DDR should be implemented on Kuchi terrorists.

Later, thousands of other Kabul residents visited Mohqiq.


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