Mullah Baradar Visits Flood-Hit Uruzgan, Pledges Government Support

Mullah Baradar visits flood-hit Uruzgan, pledges aid and unity under Islamic Emirate. Residents express optimism for stability and elimination of biases. Government's response to natural disaster highlighted.

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Mullah Baradar Visits Flood-Hit Uruzgan, Pledges Government Support

Mullah Baradar Visits Flood-Hit Uruzgan, Pledges Government Support

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, visited Uruzgan province on April 15th to assess the impact of recent floods and provide necessary assistance to affected residents. During his visit, Baradar engaged with provincial officials, Mujahideen, and locals to understand the extent of the damage caused by the natural disaster.

Baradar assured the people of Uruzgan that the government is committed to supporting those affected by the floods. He emphasized the importance of effective governance and prioritizing the welfare of vulnerable citizens. The Deputy Prime Minister also underscored the sacrifices made by the people in establishing the Islamic system and their right to a peaceful life under the Islamic Emirate.

Residents of Uruzgan expressed satisfaction with the responsiveness of the civil and military authorities to the flood situation. They voiced optimism about the elimination of hatred, ethnic biases, and hypocrisy under the Islamic Emirate, heralding an emerging chapter of unity and stability for Afghanistan.

In addition to visiting Uruzgan, Baradar also traveled to the Kajaki Dam in Helmand province. He praised the officials for their work and noted the national value of the dam project. Owing to recent droughts, electricity production had decreased, but heavy rains this year have increased water levels in the dams, which is expected to boost harvests and electricity production in the country.

Why this matters: The floods in Uruzgan have caused significant damage and displaced many residents. The government's response and support for those affected is essential in providing relief and rebuilding the affected areas. Baradar's visit demonstrates the Islamic Emirate's commitment to addressing the needs of its citizens and promoting unity and stability in Afghanistan.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar's visit to Uruzgan and Helmand provinces highlights the government's efforts to assess the impact of recent floods and provide necessary assistance to affected residents. The Deputy Prime Minister's assurances of support and emphasis on effective governance have been well-received by the local population. As one resident stated, "We are optimistic about the elimination of hatred, ethnic biases, and hypocrisy under the Islamic Emirate, and we look forward to an upcoming period of unity and stability for our country."

Key Takeaways

  • Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar visited Uruzgan to assess flood damage and provide assistance.
  • Baradar assured residents of government support and emphasized effective governance and welfare.
  • Residents expressed optimism about unity and stability under the Islamic Emirate.
  • Baradar also visited Kajaki Dam in Helmand, praising officials and noting increased water levels.
  • The government's response demonstrates its commitment to addressing citizens' needs and promoting stability.