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The Afghan country has endured wars and insecurity for more than 40 years under various names. Even though we have access to abundant natural resources, a favourable climate, plenty of area for farming, and clean water and atmospheric condition, we are still far behind the rest of the world in terms of development. Our nation […]
The Afghan country has endured wars and insecurity for more than 40 years under various names.
Even though we have access to abundant natural resources, a favourable climate, plenty of area for farming, and clean water and atmospheric condition, we are still far behind the rest of the world in terms of development.
Our nation is not self-sufficient, even in terms of providing for basic needs. Our health system also has many flaws, and we regularly have a large number of patients waiting at the country’s borders. Wait hours in line to receive healthcare in neighbouring countries.
We all understand the situation, and so we continue to talk frequently about our love and admiration for the country, and we especially use the national great pride and honour. In the interviews, there are plans and recommendations, and everyone agrees that the country needs to be re-habilitated and improved.
However, why hasn’t this country been established yet? Who is in charge of development and restoration? These are pretty fundamental questions that each of us should ask ourselves.
These questions have a fairly straightforward solution. The first question’s response is that we are still waiting for others to build our country, hence it is not yet built. We anticipate assistance from other people. This is such a dream that nothing is generated and that we will develop to the highest levels without any additional work! And if we anticipate this, we’ll never see a structure or a mature nation.
the answer to the second question is that there are always differences in the level and nature of responsibility with the change in positions and powers, but the responsibility is shared by all, and we will have fulfilled this great responsibility when we all feel the responsibility in our respective areas and work together for the development and reconstruction of the country.
Government officials naturally have a heavier burden of responsibility than other people because they have more potential and power. They are responsible for protecting people’s rights, property, reputation, and morals as well as for fostering an environment where everyone can live comfortably and pursue their interests.
The protection and oversight of public projects is a shared responsibility for all, and in terms of security and stability, every nation has a responsibility. People should see it as their responsibility to work with the government.
God forbid, if the country remains insensible and oblivious, then the hope and the idea of a developed, stable, and competitive Afghanistan is only self-delusions, slogans of lies, and dust in his eyes.
However, if we all work together and regard the reconstruction and development of the country as our shared responsibility, in the near future we will witness a developed, self-sufficient, and progressive Afghanistan.
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