Afghan presidential candidate Dr. Abdullah, Ustad Mohammad Mohaqiq and Khan Mohammad were attended Among their thousands of supporters an election gathering in Kabul.
Afghan presidential candidate Dr. Abdullah, who launched his official campaign with the release of several doves symbolising peace, voiced strong support for Afghanistan entering into a security agreement that would allow a few thousand foreign forces to remain to train and equip Afghanistan’s army and police, saying the country still needs outside support.
“God willing, with the signing of this agreement, today or tomorrow, the concerns of our people would be over,” Mr Abdullah told supporters.
Mr Abdullah, also warned that he would not accept forgery and fabricated result of the coming election scheduled for April 5.
“We want the coming elections to be a fair and transparent one. We do not accept the result of a fabricated and unfair election,” Abdullah warned in a public gathering on the first day of the election campaign.