Export of ISI terrorists to India through scholarships by Afghan Identity.
This has brought the objections by the parliamentarians who are aware of the issue and were concerned about the negative consequences of Minister's action for India- Afghanistan relationships.
It is not the first time and we have had such experiences in the past as well. So this alarm by the Parliamentarian par·lia·men·tar·i·an
1. One who is expert in parliamentary procedures, rules, or debate.
2. A member of a parliament.
3. Dr. Mehdi drew the attention of the whole parliament and would lead to the questioning of the minister.
Dr. Mehdi's brightening action worked out and the Minister of Ethnics and Tribal Affairs was questioned in the parliament for why he had assigned those Indian Scholarships to the students across the border who were neither loyal to Afghanistan nor guaranteed for security reasons representing Afghanistan abroad, because they were not Afghan Citizens.
To answer the question, the Minister instead said that he doesn't officially recognize the Durand Line The Durand Line is the term for the poorly marked 2,640 kilometer (1,610 mile) border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
After reaching a virtual stalemate in two wars against the Afghans (see Great Game, First Anglo-Afghan War and European influence in Afghanistan), the and there is not any border between Afghanistan and Pakistan so the tribes on both sides of the borders are brothers regardless of their citizenships.
This ridiculous statement by a senior Afghan Official gives the alarm that Afghanistan is moving towards a state of Tribal Totalitarianism totalitarianism (tōtăl'ĭtâr`ēənĭzəm), a modern autocratic government in which the state involves itself in all facets of society, including the daily life of its citizens. in which the tribes would gain the highest power and privileges and democratic values are not worth anything hereafter In the future.
The term hereafter is always used to indicate a future time—to the exclusion of both the past and present—in legal documents, statutes, and other similar papers. . In this case a large number of the Afghanistani population would have to suffer again the sovereignty of a minor group of Pashtoon tribal fundamentalists and extremists in the country such as Taliban. From long ago, as a discriminating dis·crim·i·nat·ing
a. Able to recognize or draw fine distinctions; perceptive.
b. Showing careful judgment or fine taste: policy, the superiority of the across-border tribes and the Pashtoon nomads was seen in the parliament as well, where they are being allocated ten special seats as a quota quota
In international trade, a government-imposed limit on the quantity of goods and services that may be exported or imported over a specified period of time. Quotas are more effective than tariffs in restricting trade, since they limit the availability of goods rather there.
But now in this special case of scholarship allocations, rises the question of security concerns, which needs an overview of some previous cases such as 2008 terrorist attacks in Bombay, where there were clear evidences of misuse of Afghan Identity by the Pakistani Intelligence Services using the Pashtoon citizens of Pakistan which were then revealed after the investigations.
In a separate case based on his personal experience an Afghanistani journalist Hossain Zahedi highlighted a very important security issue during his trip from Canada to Pakistan in 2009. Mr. Zahedi had witnessed high level administrative corruptions in Afghan consulates in Pakistan where anyone could get an Afghan passport or an identity card paying some fee to the consulate Consulate, 1799–1804, in French history, form of government established after the coup of 18 Brumaire (Nov. 9–10, 1799), which ended the Directory. . He then wrote an article on it pointing out the security concerns that corruption could cause.
Using these fake identity documents, the tribal Pashtoons would not only help the Taliban attack Indian interests in Afghanistan but they also use them during the elections to help their brothers in either side of the Durand Line.
Afghanistan is a multi-ethnic country which is moving towards democracy and this young democracy is still fragile and needs taking care of. This democracy as a value can guarantee the equality, social justice and fair opportunity without discriminations to all citizens of the country otherwise giving privileges to the tribes clears the ground for Tribalism and Talibanism which is dangerous for the major part of the people of Afghanistan.
The contribution friend countries make to Afghanistan has to be very careful and precise especially in allocation of funds and educational scholarships. If these funds and scholarships would go to wrong people it would not be only wasted but also will be used against the people of Afghanistan and the helper friend country.