Army chief warns against ‘defending American democracy’
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s Chief of Army Staff Qari Fasihudin Fitrat said Wednesday a strong and orderly army would soon be established to independently defend Afghan territory.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_ also stated that the Islamic Emirate would suppress anyone who tried to defend gains made in the past 20 years and .
He warned that “such people are violating public order and leading the country towards a .”
“We will not allow anyone to disrupt the security of the people in the name of ethnicity, fear and defending the achievements of the last 20 years and American democracy,” Fitrat stated.
Afghanistan had around 300,000 active military personnel in its security forces that disintegrated on August 15 as the former government collapsed.