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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah to the people of Jaghuri: “We will act upon our commitments to the people”

Tens of thousands of people rallied in support of Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in Jaghuri district of Ghazni province and once again promised to vote for him in the upcoming run-off election.

The people enthusiastically and uniformly shouted dozens of harmonic slogans when the Reform and Partnership team arrived at the scene.

The people of Jaghuri expressed their grievances and past problems that they faced. They stated how the current government did not pay attention to them and broke all of their promises and commitments.

Dr. Abdullah during his speech sincerely told the inhabitants of Jaghuri that he will not act against his commitments and with all of his capabilities, he will serve them rightfully.

Additionally, he explained how the greatest challenge that the future government will face is bringing security and stability for all of Afghanistan’s citizens in order to facilitate economic growth and development in the country.

Furthermore, He thanked everyone for attending the rally and requested that all of them should vote for the Reform and Partnership team, in order for them to form the future government.



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