The deputy chief of Jamiat Party, Ahmad Zia Massoud, and the chief executive of the party, Atta Mohammad Noor attacked each other on Facebook amid the electoral controversy in Afghanistan.
Atta Mohammad Noor, the former governor of Northern Balkh province and the chief executive of Jamiat party had said the Afghan security forces have the right to suppress the civilians who march on the streets, the deputy of Jamiat party, Ahmad Zia Massoud, has claimed in a statement published on his official Facebook page.
It’s clear from Atta Mohammad Noor’s remarks that he believes in a dictatorial government and does not recognize the civil freedom, Massoud has said.
Being the deputy of Jamiat party, I strongly condemn the statement by Atta Mohammad Noor and I consider it to be contrary to the ideological values of the party and in contrast to the thoughts and beliefs of late Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani, the founder, and leader of Jamiat party, Massoud has added.
Atta Mohammad Noor has posted another piece on his official Facebook page, accusing Zia Massoud of dealing with president Ghani for money and achieving a government seat.
Thee are dozens of documented cases that unveils your character defects, and I have always transcended, Atta has written on a Facebook page.
Noor has questioned Zia Massoud saying that Massoud used to regard Abdullah Abdullah a weak politician in the 2014 election and what has happened that he has turned to his supporter in the 2019 election?
On Friday, the 29th of November, thousands of Kabul residents marched on the streets and formed a large gathering near the presidential palace criticizing the election commission and government.
The marchers included supporters of Abdullah Abdullah and the senior members of the ‘stability and convergence‘ electoral team including Haji Mohammad Mohaqqiq, Enayatullah Babur Farahmand, Farkhunda Zahra Naderi and Zuilfiqar Omid.
The strikes accused President Ghani of being an unfair leader and of interfering in the electoral commission’s affairs in his favor.
Enayatullah Babur Farahmand, the first deputy candidate for the stability and convergence electoral team said that around 300K fraudulent votes have been counted by the Independent Election Commission, which needs to be taken out and the recount of votes must restart then.
This comes as it is unclear when the result for the presidential election of Afghanistan held on September 28, will be announced.