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Dr Abdullah Abdullah in Daykundi Province:” Our Goal is to Service the People and to Submit ourselves to God”

Tens of Thousands of Reform and Partnership team’s followers gathered to rally in support of this team and its presidential candidate, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.

In the past 13 years, very little aid has been distributed in Daykundi Province and the standard of living for the majority of the inhabitants of this province is still under the poverty line.

Dr. Abdullah stated during his speech that he is from the people and will serve all of the people of this land without any prejudice and discrimination. He told the people of Daykundi that finishing the ring road and linking Daykundi to it is a priority for him and that Daykundi should have easy access to the capital city.

Before ending his speech, he declared that his government and administration will serve the people and God and that this era of stagnation and underdevelopment will end soon.

Afterwards, Mohammad Mohaqeq, Dr. Abdullah’s second running-mate, spoke to the crowd. He thanked the people for their praise and kindness and promised them that the Reform and Partnership team will improve their lives and will not forget their support and their endorsement for this team. In addition, he once again told the inhabitants of Daykundi that the highway to their province will be constructed soon and it is on top of their list.

At the end of this rally, Seyyed Alemi Balkhi spoke and explained how the Reform and Partnership team is the symbol of national unity and its ultimate goal is to serve the masses and the impoverished citizens of Afghanistan.


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