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End of a bloody chapter says AIMF Prez, on US airstrike killing Al Qaeda Chief

New Delhi/Hyderabad : End of Bloody Chapter said All India Muslim Federation (AIMF) National President MA Mujeeb. Those who promoted terrorism killed the Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri Mujeeb said. Mujeeb said Muslims’ socio-economic and political empowerment arena should begin in a fresh chapter hereafter, Mujeeb an advocate at high court of TS pointed out.

The United States carried out a drone strike on a residence in Kabul over the weekend, and the Taliban’s should learn a lesson from the US raid in kiling that there is no place for terrorism in developped, delvelopping and under development democracies, Mujeeb who is also the Chancellor of newly formed political party
Rashriya Jana Parishad (RJP) said.

Mujeeb said that it is time for all the divisive forces including alleged Islamic and Hindu Taliban the RSS to set the democratic agenda of their respective Country and work for the well being of the respective masters and make democracy working in reality, and to be accontable to their massess and without looting votes based on Ram and Raheem at the respective hustings, Mujeeb said.

Mujeeb asked the political parties including Taliban not to make their masters as servants like. The RSS in India conspiring to make Indian Other Backward Castes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes as Upper Caste’s bounded labour ” Shudras” in their proposed in HINDU RASTRA.

While Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement that the attack took place on Sunday and condemned it as a violation of “international principles” and the 2020 agreement on a US troop withdrawal.

Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed on Saturday in an air strike by the United States, US President Joe Biden confirmed on Monday (local time).

“On Saturday, at my direction, the United States successfully concluded an air strike in Kabul, Afghanistan and killed Al Qaeda Amir Ayman al-Zawahiri,” Biden said in a media briefing.

The US President said that justice has been delivered, adding, “No matter how long it takes, no matter where you hide, if you are a threat to our people, the US will find you and take you out.”

“He carved a trail of murder and violence against American citizens, American service members, American diplomats, and American interests. Zawahri was Bin Laden’s leader, his number two man, and his deputy during the time of terrorist attacks on 9/11. He was deeply involved in the planning of 9/11,” Biden said.

“When I ended our military mission in Afghanistan almost a year ago, I made a decision that after 20 years of war, the United States no longer needed thousands of boots on the ground in Afghanistan to protect America from terrorists who seek to do us harm,” Biden said, adding “I made a promise to the American people that we would continue to conduct effective counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan and beyond. We’ve done just that.”

Reports surpassed on Monday that the US killed Zawahiri in Afghanistan in a drone strike. Following this, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid confirmed the strike and said, “An air strike was carried out on a residential house in Sherpur area of Kabul city on July 31.”

He said, “The nature of the incident was not apparent at first” but the security and intelligence services of the Islamic Emirate investigated the incident and “initial findings determined that the strike was carried out by an American drone.”

Mujahid said the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan “strongly condemns this attack on any pretext and calls it a clear violation of international principles and the Doha Agreement.”

The US State Department had offered a reward of up to USD 25 million for information leading directly to Zawahiri’s capture.