Senior leaders issue orders to extinguish clan disputes in Diyala
The first 2023/03/08
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Not a few days had passed since the crimes that occurred in Al-Khalis and Baquba, until Diyala Governorate witnessed a new crime that occurred last night in Al-Muqdadiya District.
The crime affected the son of Sheikh Mustafa Al-Tamimi, as an explosive device exploded targeting his car with his family in the (Al-Shakha) area of the village of "Al-Haziniyah" south of Al-Muqdadiya, and the explosion claimed the lives of an entire family consisting of 8 people. Immediately, the security forces closed the area of the accident, and the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, made direct contacts with the security leaders, and issued orders for an immediate investigation and submission of a report within 24 hours clarifying the truth of what happened. Following the recurrence of these crimes, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani received, yesterday, Tuesday, a delegation from the people of Diyala Governorate, which included a number of social figures and tribal sheikhs.
Al-Sudani listened to a presentation on the living and service conditions in the governorate, with its districts and sub-districts, and the most important challenges facing stabilization efforts, the process of providing services and meeting the needs of citizens, stressing "the inevitability of law enforcement, and that there are no red lines in front of the state's performance of its responsibilities and duties."
Al-Sudani reaffirmed the follow-up to the treacherous crime that the governorate witnessed, and the victim of it was Dr. Ahmed Talal Al-Madfai, and that whoever committed it would be subject to the law as soon as possible.
Al-Sudani said during the meeting: The blood of citizens is an issue that cannot be compromised or tolerated, expressing his confidence in the positive role played by our clans and community leaders in consolidating social peace, reconciling relations, and promoting the authentic social values of Iraqis. In turn, the representative of Diyala province, Raad Al-Dahlaki, called on Parliament to hold a session within 24 hours to discuss the security collapse that the province is exposed to.
Al-Dahlaki said, in a press conference held in the House of Representatives with the participation of the province's deputies: "Despite the continuous appeals for more than two months to find the necessary solutions to stop the security collapse in Diyala province, all security and political positions were not at the required level."
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