The Afghanistan Salvation Movement, led by Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal, announced its existence in Kabul on Thursday.
“The position of the path to save Afghanistan is clear,” Mr Zakhilwal said at the ceremony of the Movement’s establishment. “We want to end helplessness and loneliness, and we do not even need a foreign soldier.”
“We want peace; a peace that strengthens national unity, not a repetition of the bitter experiences of the past.”
In the meantime, Jafar Mahdavi, deputy director of the Afghanistan Salvation Movement, said at the ceremony that the country is currently on the margins and that it was unacceptable for foreigners to make decisions about the Afghan people.
According to him, the plan to hold elections in six months proposed by the government is not in the interest of the people.
“The people want lasting peace and we will not allow the wrong decision to be made about the people of Afghanistan,” Mr Mahdavi said.
“The members of this movement have good experience in governance,” said Farooq Wardak, another member of the leadership of the Movement. “This movement is not person-centered; It is result-oriented.
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We must all work together for peace.”
Mr Wardak said the move supported ongoing peace efforts and would be opposed if any party wanted to ignore the values.
It is worth mentioning that the members of the leadership of the Afghanistan Salvation Movement are Farooq Wardak, Jafar Mahdavi, Fazlullah Hadi Vazin and some other political figures.