Regional countries stop people coming to Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes': Zabihullah Mujahid Regional countries stop people coming to Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes': Zabihullah Mujahid

Regional countries stop people coming to Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes': Zabihullah Mujahid

Regional countries stop people coming to Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes': Zabihullah Mujahid Afghan spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says that the officials of the Russian government should understand that during the last two years there has been no threat to the countries of the region and the world from Afghanistan.  Afghanistan's spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid issued a statement on Sunday in which he rejected the Russian defense minister's statement (File photo AFP).  Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has asked foreign countries, especially regional countries, to prevent their citizens from entering Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes'.  This statement of Zabihullah Mujahid came out in response to the statement of the Russian Minister of Defense in which he said that "Afghanistan's armed groups are a big threat to Central Asian countries."  Afghan spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has rejected the Russian defense minister's statement in a statement on Sunday.  Zabihullah Mujahid has said that "Afghanistan not only ensures peace and stability in Afghanistan after years of war, but also plays a role in the security and stability of the region."  In response to the statement of the Russian Defense Minister, he said that the authorities of the Russian government should understand that during the last two years there has been no threat to the countries of the region and the world from Afghanistan. However, the Afghan security forces have been able to defeat the remnants of ISIS.  In response to this statement, Zabihullah Mujahid said that "the Islamic Emirates as a responsible government does not allow anyone to use Afghan territory against any other country, especially the countries of the region."  However, he also said that 'Afghan government expects the same from other countries, especially countries in the region, to stop those who enter Afghanistan with the purpose of destruction.'  He said that 'However, we have to say with regret that the citizens of some countries of the region were involved in the recent events in Afghanistan. In view of this, it is important for the respective governments to fulfill their responsibilities.  Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization defense ministers' meeting in New Delhi on Friday, said that the activities of extremist groups in Afghanistan are spreading to neighboring countries.  According to Tolo News, Sergei Shoigu said that "many extremist groups that are present in Afghanistan are becoming a threat by spreading their ideas and actions in neighboring countries."  He added that in our opinion, the subject of Afghanistan should be on the agenda of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.  This is not the first time that a country has made such a statement regarding Afghanistan, but Afghanistan's neighboring country Pakistan has repeatedly made such statements.  Pakistan has repeatedly demanded Afghanistan not to allow its territory to be used against it.         Chaoyang mass surveillance coming? The Hong Kong Southern District Care Team was established to emphasize the cultivation of "national pride"  Beijing's "Chaoyang Mass" organization is internationally renowned for the purpose of monitoring the public, and Hong Kong will follow suit to establish a similar organization. The Hong Kong government plans to set up "regional service and care teams" ("caring teams") in the 18 districts. Among them, the southern district care team was established on Sunday (30th). The second official of the Hong Kong government, Chen Guoji, emphasized that it is necessary to cultivate "national pride " . On the other hand, the Hong Kong government's regional administrative review has come to an end. Hong Kong officials have clearly stated that "national security will be given top priority" and "patriots will be able to govern Hong Kong".  "Ming Pao" reported that Hong Kong's Chief Secretary for Administration, Chen Guoji, and the Secretary for Home Affairs and Youth Affairs, Mak Mei-juan, attended the swearing-in ceremony of the Southern District Care Team. Chen Guoji expressed on Facebook that he hoped that the caring team "can assist the government in cultivating residents' civic awareness and national pride, encouraging residents to participate in voluntary work, promoting the spirit of mutual assistance, enhancing residents' sense of participation and belonging to the community, and creating caring and harmonious communities one after another. Community."  Hong Kong Home Affairs and Youth Affairs Secretary Mai Meijuan told reporters after attending the ceremony that the Tsuen Wan Caring Team will soon be established, and the remaining 16 districts are accepting applications, and the authorities are conducting selection work. She said that when a district matures, the next district will be established. At present, it mainly depends on the progress of the group that submits the documents. It is hoped that the establishment of the care teams in each district will be completed in the third quarter of this year.  In addition, Mai Meijuan also said that the work of the regional administrative review has come to an end, and the specific details will be announced soon. She emphasized that the administrative review of the entire region will be composed and produced in accordance with three major principles, including putting national security first, implementing patriots governing Hong Kong, and embodying administrative leadership.  "Chaoyang Crowd" is dubbed "the fifth largest intelligence organization in the world" by netizens. It ranks with the CIA, MI6, KGB of the Soviet Union, and Mossad of Israel because they often provide powerful clues to the police to help solve the case.  After checking the information, "Chaoyang People" once reported Chinese pianist Li Yundi involved in sex trafficking, and Li Yundi was administratively detained by Beijing Chaoyang police; artists Ke Zhendong, Jaycee Chan, Song Dongye, etc. were arrested for prostitution and drug use, all related to the report of Chaoyang People .         India : 18 people pulled out from the debris so far, 8 dead, rescue work underway A two-storey building in Vardhman Compound, Valpada, Mankoli, collapsed on Saturday at around quarter to two in the afternoon. The ground and first floors of the building housed warehouses, while four families lived on the upper floors.  Thane:In Maharashtra, 18 people were pulled out from the debris of a collapsed two-storey building in Bhiwandi in Thane district till late Sunday night. Out of these 8 people have died. According to NDRF, almost everyone buried in the debris has been taken out. However, the relief and rescue work will continue till the entire debris is removed, so that anyone trapped can be pulled out.  Significantly, a two-storey building in Vardhaman compound located in Valpada, Mankoli, collapsed at around quarter to two in the afternoon on Saturday. The ground and first floors of the building housed warehouses, while four families lived on the upper floors.  Avinash Sawant, head of the Regional Disaster Management Cell (RDMC) of Thane Municipal Corporation, who reached the spot, had told that many people are feared to be trapped in the debris. He had said that teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and personnel of various agencies including firefighters are involved in the rescue operation.  Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde termed the incident as "extremely unfortunate" and visited the accident site late on Saturday night and met the injured undergoing treatment at IGM Hospital in Bhiwandi.  Bhiwandi Deputy Commissioner of Police Navnath Dhawale said that a case has been registered against the owner of the building, Inderpal Patil, under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), though he has not been arrested yet.

Afghan spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says that the officials of the Russian government should understand that during the last two years there has been no threat to the countries of the region and the world from Afghanistan.

Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has asked foreign countries, especially regional countries, to prevent their citizens from entering Afghanistan for 'destructive purposes'.

This statement of Zabihullah Mujahid came out in response to the statement of the Russian Minister of Defense in which he said that "Afghanistan's armed groups are a big threat to Central Asian countries."

Afghan spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has rejected the Russian defense minister's statement in a statement on Sunday.

Zabihullah Mujahid has said that "Afghanistan not only ensures peace and stability in Afghanistan after years of war, but also plays a role in the security and stability of the region."

In response to the statement of the Russian Defense Minister, he said that the authorities of the Russian government should understand that during the last two years there has been no threat to the countries of the region and the world from Afghanistan. However, the Afghan security forces have been able to defeat the remnants of ISIS.

In response to this statement, Zabihullah Mujahid said that "the Islamic Emirates as a responsible government does not allow anyone to use Afghan territory against any other country, especially the countries of the region."

However, he also said that 'Afghan government expects the same from other countries, especially countries in the region, to stop those who enter Afghanistan with the purpose of destruction.'

He said that 'However, we have to say with regret that the citizens of some countries of the region were involved in the recent events in Afghanistan. In view of this, it is important for the respective governments to fulfill their responsibilities.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization defense ministers' meeting in New Delhi on Friday, said that the activities of extremist groups in Afghanistan are spreading to neighboring countries.

According to Tolo News, Sergei Shoigu said that "many extremist groups that are present in Afghanistan are becoming a threat by spreading their ideas and actions in neighboring countries."

He added that in our opinion, the subject of Afghanistan should be on the agenda of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

This is not the first time that a country has made such a statement regarding Afghanistan, but Afghanistan's neighboring country Pakistan has repeatedly made such statements.

Pakistan has repeatedly demanded Afghanistan not to allow its territory to be used against it. 


Chaoyang mass surveillance coming? The Hong Kong Southern District Care Team was established to emphasize the cultivation of "national pride"

Beijing's "Chaoyang Mass" organization is internationally renowned for the purpose of monitoring the public, and Hong Kong will follow suit to establish a similar organization. The Hong Kong government plans to set up "regional service and care teams" ("caring teams") in the 18 districts. Among them, the southern district care team was established on Sunday (30th). The second official of the Hong Kong government, Chen Guoji, emphasized that it is necessary to cultivate "national pride " . On the other hand, the Hong Kong government's regional administrative review has come to an end. Hong Kong officials have clearly stated that "national security will be given top priority" and "patriots will be able to govern Hong Kong".

"Ming Pao" reported that Hong Kong's Chief Secretary for Administration, Chen Guoji, and the Secretary for Home Affairs and Youth Affairs, Mak Mei-juan, attended the swearing-in ceremony of the Southern District Care Team. Chen Guoji expressed on Facebook that he hoped that the caring team "can assist the government in cultivating residents' civic awareness and national pride, encouraging residents to participate in voluntary work, promoting the spirit of mutual assistance, enhancing residents' sense of participation and belonging to the community, and creating caring and harmonious communities one after another. Community."

Hong Kong Home Affairs and Youth Affairs Secretary Mai Meijuan told reporters after attending the ceremony that the Tsuen Wan Caring Team will soon be established, and the remaining 16 districts are accepting applications, and the authorities are conducting selection work. She said that when a district matures, the next district will be established. At present, it mainly depends on the progress of the group that submits the documents. It is hoped that the establishment of the care teams in each district will be completed in the third quarter of this year.

In addition, Mai Meijuan also said that the work of the regional administrative review has come to an end, and the specific details will be announced soon. She emphasized that the administrative review of the entire region will be composed and produced in accordance with three major principles, including putting national security first, implementing patriots governing Hong Kong, and embodying administrative leadership.

"Chaoyang Crowd" is dubbed "the fifth largest intelligence organization in the world" by netizens. It ranks with the CIA, MI6, KGB of the Soviet Union, and Mossad of Israel because they often provide powerful clues to the police to help solve the case.

After checking the information, "Chaoyang People" once reported Chinese pianist Li Yundi involved in sex trafficking, and Li Yundi was administratively detained by Beijing Chaoyang police; artists Ke Zhendong, Jaycee Chan, Song Dongye, etc. were arrested for prostitution and drug use, all related to the report of Chaoyang People .



India : 18 people pulled out from the debris so far, 8 dead, rescue work underway

A two-storey building in Vardhman Compound, Valpada, Mankoli, collapsed on Saturday at around quarter to two in the afternoon. The ground and first floors of the building housed warehouses, while four families lived on the upper floors.

Thane:In Maharashtra, 18 people were pulled out from the debris of a collapsed two-storey building in Bhiwandi in Thane district till late Sunday night. Out of these 8 people have died. According to NDRF, almost everyone buried in the debris has been taken out. However, the relief and rescue work will continue till the entire debris is removed, so that anyone trapped can be pulled out.

Significantly, a two-storey building in Vardhaman compound located in Valpada, Mankoli, collapsed at around quarter to two in the afternoon on Saturday. The ground and first floors of the building housed warehouses, while four families lived on the upper floors.

Avinash Sawant, head of the Regional Disaster Management Cell (RDMC) of Thane Municipal Corporation, who reached the spot, had told that many people are feared to be trapped in the debris. He had said that teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and personnel of various agencies including firefighters are involved in the rescue operation.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde termed the incident as "extremely unfortunate" and visited the accident site late on Saturday night and met the injured undergoing treatment at IGM Hospital in Bhiwandi.

Bhiwandi Deputy Commissioner of Police Navnath Dhawale said that a case has been registered against the owner of the building, Inderpal Patil, under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), though he has not been arrested yet. 



Pakistan Floods kill 5 people and destroy dozens of homes

Five people have been killed in continuing torrential rains and resulting floods in southwestern Pakistan, rescue agencies and local media reported Sunday.

Heavy rains and torrential rains flooded many roads, including parts of two major highways through the southwestern province of Balochistan, separating it from the rest of the country, as well as damaging dozens of mud houses and crops in at least 10 provinces, according to a statement issued by the authority. disaster management in the country.

The statement stressed that "accidents related to rain and floods claimed the lives of 5 people and injured a number of others."​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

At least two bridges were washed away by the floods, which led to the suspension of traffic between several areas within the province.

Floods that covered a large area of ​​the national highway near Harnai district suspended traffic between Balochistan and the rest of the country.

Footage broadcast by local radio station Geo News showed long lines of vehicles and passengers stranded on both sides of the highway.

Balochistan is Pakistan's largest province by area, and a major route for the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project.

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