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President’s word was not insult to women dignity, statement

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President’s word was not insult to women dignity, statement
KABUL: President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani is one of the women rights supporters and has practically made effort in the past three years to help strengthen their high position, a statement from the presidential palace said the other day.
The statement said that women as the society builders are inspired by the religion and the country’s culture.
The president, pointing to his own characteristic and vision building, reminded the effective role of his grand-mother and the country’s first lady and called women as the country’s courageous honorable and capable part of the society, according to the statement. But he regretted over what he said “An misinterpretation of some people from the country’s president’s Saturday word pointing to the word veil to disturb the public minds, while the word was not used to insult women, but only to use a traditional interoperation and if the women are discontented by the word, the president apologizes for this,” said the statement. 

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