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‘Special operation unit, army battalion to be established in Bamyan’

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KABUL: Addressing a gathering of Bamyan residents during his provincial visit, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani said the conflict in Afghanistan has complex dimensions and a national mobilization was needed to pass through the ongoing war.
According to presidential press office, the President further added that security in Bamyan is vital for the government and therefore special operations would increase in the neighboring provinces of Bamyan.
In regard to the demands of Bamyan residents, President Ghani said he has signed a decree for the establishment of a special unit of the intelligence forces which will soon start operations.
President Ghani instructed the Chief of Staff of Defense Ministry to finalize a draft for the establishment of a battalion of army in this province.
Thanking Bamyan people’s supporting of Afghan government, President Ghani instructed Land Authority and Ministry of Urban Development and Housing to speed up process of issuing legal documents to public and private townships in the province.
Meanwhile in his remarks, the second vice president Mohammad Sarwar Danesh thanked Bamyan people for considering national interests, civilization and support of the government. “Despite of problems, the government didn’t limit the freedom of expression, but spared no effort to support and expand it.”
The second VP reiterated central province’s demand of balanced development and equal access to all services in the country. “Hazara people want positive engagement with all tribes in Afghanistan and those opposing such move, are no longer representing us.”
Meanwhile Bamyan residents demanded constructionof airport in Shiber to, for development of tourism sector, security of Kabul-Bamyan highway, asphalting roads connecting Band-e-Amir and Bamyan university as well as extending of electricity to the province.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.