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Necessary measures for suppressing Taliban adopted, CE

KABUL: Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in meeting of council of ministers’ economic committee said that cutting telecommunication services in Ghazni would be reviewed.
Pointing to current security situation of the country, the country’s chief executive said a number of telecommunication networks have stopped their services in Ghazni, adding that reasons for stopping the telecommunication services in the province would be reviewed by relevant institutions.
Chief executive declared that fresh reinforcements led by army chief of staff and senior deputy minister of security affairs for interior have arrived in Ghazni city and the city would be soon cleared from presence of armed and criminal Taliban.
The country’s chief executive considered Afghan and NATO forces airstrikes as effective, saying that hundreds of armed Taliban fighters have been killed as a result of recent airstrikes.
“Fresh measures that have been adopted by leading body of national unity government will bring serious changes in security situation of Ghazni city,” Dr. Abdullah said.
He instructed relevant institutions to send first aids and foodstuffs to victims of Ghazni incident as soon as possible. The country’s chief executive asked the people and politicians to give hands to each other and cooperate with ANDSF in rooting out terrorism.
The Kabul Times

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