IEA supreme leader meets with Panjshir officials and religious scholars

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Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), said in a statement late Wednesday that the IEA’s supreme leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada met with a number of religious scholars, elders and officials of the Islamic Emirate in Panjshir.

At the meeting, Akhundzada thanked the people of Panjshir for their full cooperation with the Mujahideen in handing over Panjshir to them.

According to the statement, Akhundzada ordered that greater consensus and unity should be established between the people of Afghanistan and the IEA.

While in Panjshir, he discussed and listened to provincial officials who spoke about their situation, problems and made suggestions.

The statement also noted that Akhundzada told the officials that they need to get rid of prejudices and divisions; and not to divide people by names.

“We must set an example of unity for future generations,” Akhundzada told the officials.

Also, regarding the problems, the promised cooperation to the authorities.

“I don’t want you to serve me, but I want you to serve Islam and the nation,” he added.

The meeting was attended by Mullah Abdul Qayyum Zakir, special military commander for the Panjshir province and Andarab of Baghlan; Mawlawi Mohammad Mohsin, the governor of Panjshir province; the police chief of the Panjshir province, the head of intelligence, the chairman and members of the council of scholars and dozens of other religious scholars and influential people.—Ariana news