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Crimes drastically decline in Kabul: VP Saleh

Crimes drastically decline in Kabul: VP Saleh

Oct 25, 2020 - 15:05

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): First Vice President AmrullahSaleh on Sunday claimed a drastic decline in criminal incidents in Kabul city after he assumed charge of security in the central capital.

Saleh took over Kabul’s security charge on October 18 and on Sunday he shared his eighth step regarding further cooperation on his Facebook page.

He said the purpose behind these steps for security of Kabul City was to ensure psychological and physical security of the people.

“When we started this plan, over 100 crimes would happen on a daily basis, but over the past few days the number of crimes has declined while street crimes are down to zero in Kabul and. As promised earlier, the photographs of high profile criminals would be posted on billboards in the city,” he said.

In the first stage more focus was on eradication of crimes and criminals and tangible improvement has been made in this regard.

Right now, Saleh said, Kabul Police, Kabul Municipality and Kabul Security Institutions worked on a single agenda and had identified their working targets in consultation with all stakeholders and people.

The VP said from tomorrow onwards, their focus would be on restructuring, reviewing practices, redefining coordination, reassessing progress and all previous decisions.  He said Kabul should be a role model for order and security in Afghanistaninfo-icon

He said voices raised in support of the security plan had caused concern among certain circles whose interests were linked to insecurity and weak government, adding from now on the focus will be more on conveying the achievements.



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