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Tuesday April 24, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Healthy drinking water have been provided to 2500 families by digging 11 deep wells in eastern Nangarhar province.
The families are living in various parts of Khogyani district of the province, which had problems from shortage of drinking water.
Mujeb Rahman Zia head of rural rehabilitation and development department in Nangarhar said BNA correspondent, digging of the water well cost over 1,180,000 Afghanis that healthy drinking water have been provided to 2500 families in Khogyani district.
Also local residents show their pleasure from digging of the wells said, we will try to maintain the water wells.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The women and children harassment prevention law is enforced at a time that women harassment in Afghanistan particularly on main roads and social media has sparked complain of most women.
Addressing a conference held on introducing of this law to relative ministries in Kabul MoWA deputy of Policy Spogmai Wardak said. “The concerned departments should take practical steps for its implementation. Because this law has been initialed by president and its implementation has started. We want to make a friendly environment.
This law has been codified in three chapters and 29 articles in which certain cases including public awareness measures, educational, penalty and other instruction have been inserted, she added.
Head of Penalty Laws Department, MoJ Farid Ahmad Fakhr said, “The one who commits harassment of women, will be funded Afs 2000 in cash and sentenced to three months prison.
Regular reports have been publishing on women and children harassment and in opinion of women right activists, the main reason behind increase of harassment is no punishment of perpetrators. But the Afghan government authorities have time and again said that women and children harassment is not tolerable to them and they are committed to its prohibition.
Women welcome its enforcement and emphasized on its implementation. Prior to this the law makers had also emphasized on implementation of this law. But the MoLSA who is one of the exercisers of this law said that a committee will be set up soon to pave the way for its better exercise.
Being fed up with harassment of women and children the Kabul people said that such laws cannot prevent harassment of women and children because those who harass, escape quickly and cannot be arrested or prosecuted.
Talking to The Kabul Times reporter, Halima employee of a government department said, prior to welcome this law, we have a holy book, Quran in which all women’s rights and obligations have been frankly explained. If there is no changes in public awareness these laws would fail and violence against women and children doesn’t decrease but increases.
Another number of women believe that the government should prevent violence against women and children, arrest and prosecute its perpetrators and punish them.
According to these women today these crimes have increased due to freedom of criminals. Increasing heedlessness of the government against violence promotes level of such crimes.
Shukria-Kohistani
 

Sunday April 22, 2018

Kabul (BNA) A young girl committed suicide, because of family problems in central Kapisa province the other day.
Abdul Fatah Shafaq district governor of Hasa-e-Awal Kohistan told BNA correspondent, the 18 year old girl hanged up herself in Sakhi Khail region, Hasa-e-Awal Kohistan district of the province.
Sometimes ago father of the girl had been killed by unknown gunmen and the girl was suffered mental illness.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Friday April 20, 2018
Kabul (BNA) At least 5 commuters have died and seven others were injured following road accident in southern Helmand province yesterday.
The incident was happened when a car veered off the road and overturned in Lashkargah city the provincial capital of Helmand province.
Sahib Dad Ghafouri district governor of Doshi told BNA reporter, the incident took place, while a 404 bus smashed with a fuel tanker in Qaramat region, Doshi district of Baghlan province.
Dr. Jawed Sadiqi in Pul-e-Khumri provincial hospital claimed that the health condition of an injured is not critical.
High speed and road narrow are the main reasons behind the incident.
T/M.A.Ansari

 

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