Taliban pull out all stops to disrupt 2019 presidential election

Amid ongoing campaigns for presidential election that is scheduled to be held on September 28, the Taliban, issuing a statement, say they will disrupt the 2019 presidential election.

The Taliban, issued a statement on Tuesday, say the group will disrupt the 2019 presidential election. They have labeled election a “misleading and illegitimate process.”

Instead of financing the election, the foreigners need to work for restoring a “true peace” in Afghanistan, the group called on the international community.

Part of statement issued by Taliban

Calling on the people not to take part in any campaign rallies and boycott the election process, the group direct its fighters to stand against the process.

This come as the electoral campaigns heat up between as many as 18 candidates including the incumbent President Ghani and the incumbent Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah.