The Islamic Emirate’s leader, Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada, reportedly on a visit to Uruzgan, urged officials to address the challenges of the citizens based on Sharia.
A spokesman for the Uruzgan governor, Ihsanullah Hamas, said that the Islamic Emirate’s leader held separate meetings with religious clerics, tribal elders and local officials and stressed the need to address existing problems in the province.
“In this meeting with the security officials, judges and provincial administrative officials, (he) instructed them to address the problems of the people on time and address all of the problems within the Islamic Sharia,” he said. —Tolonews
The tribal elders in their meeting with the Islamic Emirate leader called for the interim government’s attention to development projects.
Hamas said that the interim government will soon start development projects.
“In the near future, the construction of a street which was pledged by the governor will begin. Also work on the Ghazian electricity dam will begin,” he said.