The Junbish-e-Millie party led by the first vice president General Abdul Rashid Dostum has slammed the emir of Hezb-e-Islami regarding the new political coalition.
A spokesman for the party Bashir Ahmad Tahyanj said Hekmatyar should focus on implementation of his commitments and promises regarding the peace and stability of Afghanistan rather than having concerns regarding the new coalition.
Tahyanj further added that the new coalition has its own plans and programs for Afghanistan and therefore there is no room for the concerns of Hekmatyar.
Speaking to foreign reporters nearly two weeks ago, Hekmatyar slammed the senior officials actively working in the government for forming new anti-government political coalitions.
He said considering the internal situation of Afghanistan and its regional position, a strong central government is always a need along with a president who has full authorities, insisting that without this it would be difficult to ensure peace and bring stability in the country.
The leader of Hezb-e-Islami questioned the current government's authorities, saying when a president is even prevented from appointing a governor by the internal and external circles, how such a government would be able to eliminate violence and govern on the nation.
Hekmatyar also criticized the senior government officials for the formation of the new political coalitions and expressed concerns regarding the threats, show of power, and rallies by their armed supporters.
He said billions of dollars have been embezzled, banks have been looted, hundreds of acres of land have been grabbed, and the government remains weak to try the perpetrators.