Hazara Community leader Abdul Ali Mazari’s Statue Blown Up in Bamiyan

The Taliban has blown up the statue of Hazara community leader Abdul Ali Mazari in Bamiyan. Human rights activist Salim Javed has shared this information.
Hazara Community leader Abdul Ali Mazari’s Statue Blown Up in Bamiyan
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As soon as the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, pictures of devastation started coming to the fore. The Taliban has blown up the statue of Hazara community leader Abdul Ali Mazari in Bamiyan. Human rights activist Salim Javed has shared this information. Let us tell you that Bamiyan is the same place where the Taliban blew up Buddha statues 20 years ago in their previous regime.

Who was Abdul Ali Mazari

Mazari belonged to the Hazara community and was a leader of the Hizb-e-Wahdat party. He was assassinated by the Taliban in 1995. The Taliban have been targeting the Hazara community for many years. The Hazara community accounts for about 9% of the total 36 million population of Afghanistan, but instead of providing protection to these minorities, the people of this community remain the target of terrorists there. Most of the Hazaras in Bamiyan are Shia Muslims. That's why they remain the target of Muslim fundamentalists.

Image Credit: First India
Image Credit: First India

Modi's meeting on Afghanistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) on Tuesday on the situation created after the Taliban ruling in Afghanistan. This committee is the largest government body looking after matters of national security. During the meeting, the Prime Minister asked the officials related to Afghan affairs to take all necessary measures for the safe return of Indians from Afghanistan in the coming days.

According to a senior official, the Prime Minister said that India should not only protect its people, but we should also give shelter to Sikh and Hindu minorities who want to come to India. We should also extend all possible help to our Afghan brothers and sisters who are expecting from India.

150 Indians returned home from Kabul

The Air Force Globemaster carrying 150 people, including India's Ambassador to Afghanistan, Rudendra Tandon, reached Delhi's Hindon airbase on Tuesday. From here people were sent to their homes by buses and other vehicles. During this, people present outside the airbase also raised slogans of Jai Shri Ram. According to sources in the news agency ANI, the rest of the Indians trapped in Afghanistan are also in a safe area and they will also be airlifted in a day or two days.

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