1TV: After the government’s opposition closed election offices in several provinces, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President Sarwar Danish on Tuesday described the move as a “futile recourse” against democracy. According to Danish, closing election offices is against national interests and against the Constitution. “Any act to disrupt the elections is considered treason against the nation,” Danish said.
1TV: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s second Vice President Sarwar Danish met with First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum on Monday evening and invited him to Afghanistan. During the meeting, Dostum also said that the government should give satisfactory response to civilian movements in north northeast of the country and release Nizamuddin Qaisari, police chief of Qaisar district
Tolo News: The office of Mohammad Sarwar Danish, the second vice president of Afghanistan, on Thursday rejected reports that former Hizb-e-Islami warlord Zardad Faryadi was released from detention on the basis of a letter of guarantee by Danish. Danish’s office said in a press release that Faryadi was not detained following his return to Kabul and
Tolo News:A source close to government said on Tuesday that Zardad Faryadi was released on the back of a letter of guarantee by the Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish. Faryadi, a former commander for Hizb-e-Islami, arrived in Kabul last week following his deportation from the UK where he served over 10 years in prison.
VOA News Masood Farivar July 26, 2016 Tensions are rising in Afghanistan after a suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State killed more than 80 members of a minority Shiite group, and IS’s top commander for the country threatened more violence to punish Afghan Shi’ites for fighting alongside the Syrian regime. The suicide attack Saturday,
Khaama Press: Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish has voiced concerns regarding the implementation of a massive power project through Salang pass, insisting that the multi-million dollar project could be jeopardized. He also warned that a small incident involving a destruction of a single transmission tower due to avalanche or other disaster could lead to long term suspension