KABUL (BNA): The first-day Ulema grand assembly under the chairmanship of Habibullah Haqqani chief of Justice ended with success, and speakers briefed on the country’s issues including economic, security, and Afghan unity said IEA spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid.
Late, Thursday, after the grand Ulema assembly’s first day ended, the spokesman of IEA Zabihullah Mujahid briefed the media at the state Media and Information Center of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
At the gathering, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund said: “The Islamic Emirate seeks to solve the country’s challenges in every possible way, adding that Afghanistan is the common house for all Afghans.
Now the Islamic system has been established, we must do all we can to strengthen it. The Islamic Emirate is making efforts in all areas to respond to all miseries. There may be problems in some fields, but whoever shares them with us, we will take steps to solve them, said PM, quoting Mujahid.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman for the Islamic Emirate, told reporters that the gathering was held because the clerics demanded it, so the agenda for the talks also belongs to the participants.
“We will hear their voices, and as they participate in this great, gathering, their opinions and resolutions will surely be heard, and the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan will feel committed to their view assigned.
According to him, at the gathering, Mawlavi Mohammad Yaqoob Defense Minister, Jajidi figures, religious scholars, and businessmen from around the country spoke on the issue.
Mujahid said that more than 1,200 forces of the Islamic Emirate have been assigned to ensure the security of the Afghan Ulema assembly in Kabul.
“From across Afghanistan, from 34 provinces, from each district, two clerics and one tribal elder and each police district two tribal Ethan elders and one cleric have been infielders to the gathering,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.
The Afghan Ulema grand assembly started today, Thursday in the Loya Jirga tent in Kabul and will last for more two days.
At the assembly, more than 3,000 religious scholars, tribal elders, and influential figures from 34 provinces and districts of the country were attended.