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Dr. Abdullah Blames Taliban for Destroying Power Pylons in Baghlan

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Tuesday September 17, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah chaired the Council of Ministers (CM) meeting here at the Sapidar Palace yesterday. According to BNA report, speaking in the last session of the council of ministers, the Chief Executive asked minister and representatives of independent organs to do more to provide services to the people. He also thanked Afghan forces’ braveries and heroism in war on terror and providing security across the country and asked them to be impartial in upcoming presidential elections. “I call for your attention to serve the people in the last days of the National Unity Government, which is the main responsibility of you all, with full impartiality and non-interference in the elections,” Dr. Abdullah said.
Dr. Abdullah Abdullah on Monday blamed the Taliban for destroying the power pylons in Baghlan province which cut off Uzbekistan’s imported electricity to Kabul. “Unfortunately, the electricity pylons have been destroyed, affecting eleven provinces and the Taliban’s actions do not indicate that they have a strong intention for peace,” he added. Electric power imported from Uzbekistan was drastically cut in 11 Afghan provinces, including Kabul, after “Anti-government armed militants destroyed two powers pylons in the northern province of Baghlan,” according to a statement by the power supply company Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat. The council of ministers meeting continued with reports of security organs and other activity reports of the ministries and independent organs with Dr. Abdullah emphasizing on accomplishment of given tasks on its due time.

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