URUZGAN PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN - The Khaz Uruzgan District Augmentation
Team (KU DAT) met with District Governor Abdul Halim May 19, to discuss
the reintegration of three former Taliban members at the weekly District
Community Council shura in the village of Khaz.
Dilber Khan, a former Taliban commander, along with former
Taliban members Habib Alluh and Amir Mohammed, have begun the
"The three men have turned their weapons into the District Chief
of Police, Haji Rashid and renounced their ties to the Taliban," said
Halim. "Additionally, the three men have filled out all required
paperwork to begin the reintegration process."
Halim stated that after the high profile Taliban commander Abdul
Samad reintegrated, he expects more Taliban members to reintegrate in
order to take advantage of the program's incentives.
The shura chairman, Malik Karim, said that currently, he is
speaking with local elders to encourage more taliban to begin the
reintegration process to become productive Afghan citizens.
Following his remarks, Karim introduced Dilber Khan to the
Khan denounced the Taliban, pledged his support for the
Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to the shura,
and accepted all the terms of the reintegration process, said a KU DAT
Shura members guaranteed Khan's commitment and unanimously
accepted his reintegration into the community.
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