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15 MW solar power plants to be soon opened in Kandahar, President Ghani

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KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met yesterday with elders and representatives of Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul and Uruzgan provinces.
In the meeting held at Chahar Chinar Palace, representatives of Kandahar, Zabul, Helmand and Uruzgan spoke and congratulated successfully holding the Peace Consultative Jirga to the President and the people of Afghanistan.
In their speeches, they enumerated their demands and suggestions in the field of maintaining security in Kandahar, construction of dams, roads and bridges, starting practical work on Qala-e-Merwais Neka, promotion of Zabul to second grade province, creating of Seyorai district and a customhouse for the province, absorption of young cadres in government institution, construction of schools in particular for girls in Kandahar, granting 3,000 vacant posts for teachers of Helmand and attention to agriculture.
After hearing their demands and suggestions, President Ghani by praising representatives of Kandahar for their active participation in Peace Consultative Jirga said the people of Kandahar would witness opening of the 15 MW solar power project during the month of Ramadan in the province.
The country’s president instructed ministry of education to take action related to allocation of vacant posts for Helmand teachers, adding that construction of schools in Kandahar would be in government’s priority in coming six months.
President Ghani instructed relevant officials for promotion of Zabul to 2nd grade province and creation of Seyoria district and customhouse in the province. The country’s President added that particular plan designed for Kabul has been considered for Kandahar too and besides starting practical work on Qala-e-Merwais Neka, mausoleums of Ghazi Abdullah Khan Achakzai, Ghazi Sardar Mohammad Ayoub Khan, Ghazi Mohammad Akbar Khan, Malalai, Zarghona Ana and Nazoo Ana would be renovated.
The Kabul Times

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