The first deputy speaker of the Afghan Parliament Hamayun Hamayun has disclosed shocking cases about the general-chief of the national directorate of security Masoom Stanekzai, in a letter sent to the ministry the parliamentary affairs.
According to DID news agency report, Mr. Hamayun reminded in a letter sent to the ministry of the parliamentary affairs that terrorists are kept at Stanekzai’s House.
“According to reliable information to the first deputy speaker of Wolsi Jirga, there are suspicious people at the guest house of Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, the general head of the national directorate of security who work against the national interests. As Mr. Stanekzai knows that I have exact information about them; so he attempts to devise plots against me, putting pressure on a number of my colleagues in the Wolsi Jirga and my relatives, not to disclose these facts, and he has even threatened me to death and removal with the complicity of the president,” said the letter.
Mr. Hamayun has warned that if threats pose to him, the president and Mr. Stanekzai, the general head of the national directorate of security, are responsible.
Many figures and movements had previously accused the government of supporting and equipping terrorists for specific purposes, but this is the first time that the first deputy of Wolsi Jirga reported being threatened to death and removal by the national directorate of security, as he knows the issue.
The presidential office, the national Security Council, and the national directorate of security (NDS) are the three entities being directly accused of transferring terrorists from south to the north of the country by political movements.
A few years ago, when Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani, former head of high peace council was assassinated in a suicide incident; some prominent political figures accused Stanekzai of bringing terrorists to assassinate Rabbani.
The national security council, the national directorate of security and some other circles within ARG palace, had been accused of having contacts with ISIL terrorist fighters, the Haqqani network, and war mafias.
The unanswered question is, whether the policy and bypassing political rivals resemble the record of the national unity government and its administrative and security agencies.