Politics

Marshal Fahim Meets Kunduz Elders, People’s Council Members

Sunday, January 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, the first vice president and acting president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan yesterday afternoon in a meeting with elders, influential figures and a number of  Kunduz people council considered coexistence of people in Kunduz city as a good example of citizenship and emphasized on preservation of such value. 
The first vice president also said, “Kunduz city is one of the important agricultural and industrial cities of Afghanistan and it has to be further focused in reconstruction sector. 
During the meeting, two elders representing others enumerated the problems of Kunduz people in particular residents of Kunduz city. 
They enumerated the problems as not implementation of city master plan, not asphalting of the city’s roads, lack of hospitals in a number of districts and changing Takharistan high madrasa to Sharia faculty. 
The first vice president and acting president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan heard complaints of the elders and promised that such problems would be addressed through relevant organs.

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