The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Kabul east to turn into developed area, President Ghani

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: As part of national debate with residents of Kabul city, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met yesterday with residents of 21st, 12th and 22nd municipal districts and Bagrami district of Kabul at Salam Khana Palace.
In the meeting attended also by anumber of government officials, Safiullah, Mawlavi Sayed Zainul Abidin, Ruqia Barakzai, Haji Mohammad Gul and Amanullah Trin first thanked President Ghani for his step and initiative towards addressing problems of the people.
They shared their problems and suggestions with the country’s President in connection with insecurity, punishment of robbers, education and schools, asphalting roads and streets, construction of canals, equipped hospital, usurpation of land, lack of electricity, city transportation system, registration of mosques, drinking water, suppressing powerful figures, prevention of narcotics, construction of Darul Olum, allocation of land for graveyard, safety of ulamas and madrasas, employment opportunities for women, lack of kindergarten, lack of police structure, ring road and collection of trashes and others.
After hearing their suggestions, demands and problems, President Ghani said that justice has not be maintained in east of Kabul, instructing Kabul mayor to end injustice in the area and implement the municipality’s plan for allocation of land for graveyard as soon as possible.
The country’s President also instructed Kabul mayor to stop transferring trashes to Kabul’s east part from now on, saying that a rational mechanism should be planned in this regard.
Pointing that Kabul’s east area would be changed to a developed area, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani instructed Da Afghanistan Breshna Sharkat (DABS) to resolve problems of Kabul residents particularly problems of their electricity bills within three weeks; otherwise, deputies of the company would be sacked.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.