Ulema, Elders in North Bring Up Education in Meeting With Kabir

The religious clerics and tribal elders of the northern provinces called for attention to education and health issues in their meeting with the deputy prime minister for political affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, according to a statement of the Arg.

They mentioned their problems and requested the interim government reconstruct the roads and provide job opportunities for the youth.

“They ask for attention to the schools and seminaries. There are not enough seminaries in some provinces. There was discussion in many areas,” said Abdul Jamil Shirani, a tribal elder.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, told TOLOnews that Mawlawi Kabir stressed that the current government has been established as a result of sacrifice.

Mawlawi Kabir stated that the interim government is committed to reconstruction, economic empowerment and fundamental projects that will solve the majority of people’s problems.

“The tribal elders and religious clerics had a meeting with him. He heard their wishes and problems and instructed the relevant organizations to solve their problems. Some people shared problems of roads and some shared problems in agriculture and effects of drought,” Mujahid said.

Earlier, during his visit to Khost province, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir said that the Islamic Emirate will not compromise on Islam and people’s rights in order to be recognized by the world.

Ulema, Elders in North Bring Up Education in Meeting With Kabir