15 October 2019

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The Kabul Municipality has built 264 public bus stations worth millions of Afghanis as an effort to reduce traffic jam in the capital Kabul.
Narges Mohmand, the spokesperson of Kabul Municipality on Monday told media that they are waiting for the Ministry of Transport to allow buses to operate in the city.
“We build bus stations to resolve the problems of Kabul residents and we hope they are going to be used effectively,” the spokeswoman said.
An official in the Ministry of Transport said that around 1,500 buses will start their operations in Kabul City in the near future.
“India has promised to provide us with public buses once the construction of stations completed.  In addition, India will establish an institute for urban transport,” said Mahdi Rouhani, the Spokesman of Ministry of Transport.
Officials in the Ministry of Transport said that they have maintenance teams to take care of bus stations, however, they urged residents to stay cooperatives.
This comes at the time that Kabul city lacks proper transportation system and struggling with many commuting challenges.

Monday, September 23, 2019
Kandahar (BNA) Hundreds needy families were benefited from humanitarian aids in Kandahar province.
These families were displaced due to war and also affected by recent floods in Kandahar province.
Refugees and returnees official of Kandahar province said, during this round, food was distributed to 800 deserved families.
The assistance was provided by government and non-governmental donor foundations.
T. Yarzada

Monday September 23, 2019
Kabul (BNA) At least 10 members of a same family lost their lives following road accident in Kabul-Jalalabad highway yesterday.
According to BNA report, the incident took place in MahiPar region, Kabul-Jalalabad highway when a Rickshaw deviated from road and overturned.
All the passengers of the Rickshaw were members of a same family and were moving toward Nangarhar province from Kabul to participate in a wedding ceremony.
Nabiullah Pairkhail spokesman of Kabul governor says, 10 people including five women and five men lost their lives and two children were wounded following the incident.
M.A.Ansari

Sunday September 22, 2019
FAIZABAD CITY (BNA) Foodstuffs have been districted to 500 displaced families in northeastern Badakhshan province yesterday.
Ahmad Meer Jawad district governor of Jorm told BNA reporter, the foodstuffs include wheat, rice and cooking ghee have been distributed by counter-disaster directorate to 500 displaced families in Jorm district.
The families displaced due to war from several villages of Jorm district and relocated in center of the province, Jawad added.
M.A.Ansari

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