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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Asadabad (BNA) Eight armed oppositions were arrested by security forces in east of the country last night and this morning from different parts of Kunar, Nooristan, Lahman and Nangarhar provinces.
Police key commander in east of the country told BNA, the detainees were members of Taliban and ISIS terrorist groups.
These terrorists have been involved in dozens of destructive attacks in parts of these provinces.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Jalalabad (BNA) Nangarhar province is now witnessing the implementation of dozens of development projects.
The projects included construction of rural roads, establishing of new foundations for clinics, water dams and gymnasium.
Shah Mahmood Meykhail governor of Nangarhar told BNA, the construction of this facility will cost more than 5 billion, 37 million Afghanis.
By completing these projects, thousands of Nangarhar citizens will have access to affordable construction services.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Maimana (BNA) Taliban deputy shadow governor for Pashtonkot District Faryab province with his ten comrades were killed in a clash by security troops in that province last night.
Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, the clash occurred in Khwaja Kamosi village, Pashtonkot district after attack of Taliban on police checkpoint, in which 11 armed Taliban including Mullah Abdul Samad deputy shadow governor of them for Pashtonkot district were killed.
It is mentionable that numerous of heavy and light weapons with two motorbikes of them were also seized by police forces.
T. Yarzada
 

Saturday, April 13, 2019
Kunduz (BNA) Nine armed Taliban terrorist were killed in Kunduz province yesterday.
A source of NDS office in Kunduz province told BNA, the Taliban terrorist were killed in a joint clearing operation in outskirt of Chardara district of the province.
Asef known as Omar and Ali known as Osman two Tajikistani associated group of Taliban were also among the dead.
Nine other insurgents including Zahrawi one of Taliban leaders was also injured and dozens of weapons, and strongholds of them have been destroyed, said the source.
Some villages of the mentioned district were cleared from insurgents, and operations continue in the insecure areas of the district, the source added.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Kabul (BNA) The process of reporting and responding of state organs authorities to the based on the president’s verdict started. Based on the verdict all state administrations are obliged to report about their activities to the people.
BNA social affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes based on the verdict of president of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan,   based on the second article of Access to Information Law all ministries and independent organs are obliged to report about their achievements and future programs to the people   via a press conference and reflect them through mass media.
The second article of the right of access to information law ensures the right of people to information and obtaining confidence from transparency and accountability of all state organs performances.
The aim of issuing the verdict and starting the process of reporting and responding of the state authorities from their activities is awareness of people from the performances of state authorities.  Reporting is a basic right of people, where they come to know about the activities of state administrations and is a characteristic of democratic system where the people become aware from the activities of their government.
In reporting sessions, the administrations find an opportunity to aware the people from their important and major performances and in same time the people know about the problems and challenge the state is facing.   This kind of sessions also provide the ground for exchanging experiences and strengthen the idea that the government is working for tranquility of people and their  access to all possibilities and facilities.
Without doubt reporting sessions will discuss the main achievements, challenges and problems, but they should not ignore the simple and small problems and challenges. It would be required; the relevant authorities explain the reasons of the shortages and problems and show the practical way for their solutions.
In any case, conducting reporting sessions and informing the people from state organs activities is a positive and important step toward building a good government, while still administrative corruption, misusing from job related authorities, ethnical tendencies and using force are still exist in the government, but coordination of government with people have brought the people and the government close together and the people have become more confident  to the performances of state authorities and their transparency.     
 

Saturday April 13, 2019

Kabul (BNA) During his stay in the country’s northern Faryab province, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a meeting with a number of youth and civil society activists promised it would receive facilities of a first grade province, BNA reported.
The President while addressing a gathering the provincial civil society activists and the youths, heard the suggestions and demands of the people on security, the reopening of Mimana-Andkhoy highway, construction of Almar Dam etc... with President Ghani promising to address all the problems duly. At the meeting, the President pledged to upgrade Faryab to a first grade province and receive all facilities of a 1st grade province. “Faryab is small pattern, where all tribes live like borthers beside each other, said the president. He assured that the government was committed to reopen the highways and control waters to help prevent storms and droughts in the province.
The President instructed the ministry of agriculture, irrigation and livestock to work on a layout to help turn into the hub of animal husbandry and sent a message to the youth that they should make economy and entrepreneurship the pivot of their activities in order to end poverty and unemployment. President said Uzbek language should be invested on as it would ‘expand our regional relations’. The President also met with the Faryab provincial council members and heard their problems about various issues and promised to do more for the local government offices of the province, as well as order the printing of books from 1st grade to 12 grades in Uzbek language and establishment of a medical university within Faryab University. The President met with the recent flood affected families, said he had come to the province to closely review the incident and hear their problems and suggestions. He ordered every martyr’s families to be given 100,000 Afghanis and each wounded ones 50,00 Afghanis, beside allocation of up to 35 million Afghanis for reconstruction of their shops and the provincial governor was asked to distribute the amount among the floods affected shopkeepers. He also promised that 3,000 tons of wheats would be distributed among the flood affected households.
 

Saturday April 13, 2019

Kabul (BNA) During his visit to Faryab province, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with a number of Ulema, BNA reported. In the meeting, Faryab Ulema Council deputy Ghulam Nabi Ghafouri while sharing Ulema problems in different fields, thanked the President for his attention. Addressing Faryab Ulema, the President said that you represented a great cultural heritage, as you have been transferring knowledge and good moral to other countries through Silk Route. The President addressed Faryab Ulema to revive their great role again. He stressed that Ulema should highlight their national demand based on Allah the Almighty orders. He added our constitution is unique in the world and Ulema will be provided with higher education facilities in Islamic countries. He asked Faryab Ulema to participate in peace consultative Loya Jirga and highlight an issue that there is welfare in peace, adding Afghanistan Ulema’s religious power is very strong and their peace voice can be effective.
 

Saturday, 13 April 2019 06:14

Pakistani Nationals among 10 Rebels Killed

Saturday April 13, 2019

PAROON CITY (BNA) As many as 10 terrorists including several Pakistani residents were killed following clashes with Afghan border policemen in eastern Nooristan province the night before last.
The insurgents have been targeted close to Durand Line in Kamdish district of Nooristan province.
Top commander of Afghan national army in Sylab army corps told BNA correspondent, 10 militants including six Pakistani residents were killed during the conflicts.
The Pakistani national recently entered from Pakistan to Afghanistan, the source added.
It has been said, there were no damages on parts of civilians and Afghan security forces at the end of clashes.
M.A.Ansari
 

Saturday April 13, 2019

SHARANA CITY (BNA) As many as 18 armed oppositions were killed during conflicts with Afghan security forces in southeastern Paktika and Kunar provinces.
Senior commander of Afghan national army in the southeast of the country told BNA reporter, 18 fighters of ISIS and Taliban terrorist groups were killed during the clashes.
The insurgents were involved on terrorist activities in east parts of Sharan city the provincial capital of Paktika and close to Durand Line in Kunar province, the source added.
It has been said, several heavy and light weapons and motorcycles belonged to the terrorists have been seized by Afghan security personnel at the end of the conflicts.
M.A.Ansari
 

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Asadabad (BNA) ISIS key commander with his six comrades were killed by NATO drone attack in east of the country last night.
Mawlavi Khabir ISIS key commander was targeted on his hideout in Norgul district, Kunar province.
ANA top commander in east of the country told BNA, the attack carried out while Mawlavi Khabir with his colleagues were planning to launch new terrorist attacks in Kunar province.
Mawlavi Khabir was called one of the ISIS commanders in Kunar province, and had been responsible for dozens of deadly attacks on military and civilian in this eastern province.
T. Yarzada
 

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