Ahmad Zia Massoud, a politician and senior government official, on Saturday called for mobilization against Pakistan’s alleged interference in Afghanistan.
“Pakistan’s interference in Afghanistan still exits, it is using the Taliban,” said Massoud who is the president’s special representative on reform and good governance.
He also echoed the president’s remarks in parliament this week, saying that the execution should be performed on insurgents.
Speaking at an event to celebrate mujahideen victory 27 years ago, Massoud called on mujahideen to get organized as “you can play major role in keeping Afghanistan stable.”
He also warned that anyone who believes in monopoly of political power would “face the fate of communists.”
Furthermore, Massoud, who is the brother of late anti-Soviet and anti-Taliban commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, called for Jamiat-e-Islami political party to get organized and reformed. He also urged partisan system of parliament.