26 July 2017

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Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) At least 43 rioters lost their lives during military operation conducted by Afghan security forces in western Herat province.
Jailani Farhad spokesman of Herat governor says, the operation was conducted to suppress armed oppositions and ensure peace and stability in insecure areas of Shindand district of the province, in which 43 anti-government militias were killed and 36 others were injured.
Mullah Najibullah commander and military district governor for the terrorist group severely injured during the operation, Farhad added.
Within the last 10 days more than 150 armed rebels were killed and unfortunately 6 civilians lost their lives in various parts of Herat province.
It has been said, an Afghan security troop was martyred and seven others were wounded.
T/M.A.Ansari 
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) At least 10 Pakistani rebels  and 16 Islamic State for Iraq and Syria (ISIS) loyalists were killed due to recent air attacks in eastern Nangarhar province this morning.
The fighters targeted in their hideouts in various parts of Acheen, Koot and Heska Mina districts of the province.
Hazrat Hussain Mashriqiwal spokesman of Nangarhar’ police headquarter told BNA correspondent, including 10 Pakistani militants 26 ISIS adherents were killed during the raids.
The terrorists were busy on organizing a series of terrorist and destructive activities in their hideouts, which targeted and killed in the mentioned districts.
It has been said, casualties didn’t incurred to civilians following the air attacks.
According to another report, Afghan security forces succeeded to discover three weapon storages in Nangarhar province.
The weapon storages have been discovered during special operations conducted by Afghan security personnel in Roudat, Koot and Dor Baba districts of the province.
Dozens heavy and light weapons have been seized from the storages, a military official in Nangarhar said.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Including senior commanders of Taliban terrorist group 126 rebels were killed during air and ground attacks led by Afghan security personnel in northern Faryab province last night.
Col. Nasratullah Jamshidi deputy directorate of press office in 209 Shaheen army corps told BNA reporter, the air and ground attacks carried out by security forces in vicinity of Kohistan, Qaisar and Sharin Tagab districts of Faryab province.
Mullah Abdul Rahim along with his 10 fighters, Mullah Yusuf Zabihullah along with his 20 members, Mullah Salam Nastan along with his 16 men, Sayed Ismayel with his 10 colleagues and Mullah Rohullah with his 20 loyalists the commanders of the group lost their lives following the raids, the source added.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Including two Pakistani commanders 20 Islamic State for Iraq and Syria (ISIS) loyalists were killed due to recent air attacks in eastern Nangarhar province.
The ISIS fighters targeted in their hideouts in various parts of Acheen, Koot and Heska Mina districts of the province.
Hazrat Hussain Mashriqiwal spokesman of Nangarhar’ police headquarter told BNA correspondent, including two Pakistani commanders 20 ISIS adherents were killed during the raids.
The terrorists were busy on organizing a series of terrorist and destructive activities in their hideouts, which targeted and killed in the mentioned districts.
It has been said, casualties didn’t incurred to civilians following the air attacks.
According to another report, Afghan security forces succeeded to discover two weapon storages in Nangarhar province.
The weapon storages have been discovered during special operations conducted by Afghan security personnel in Koot and Door Baba districts of the province.
Dozens heavy and light weapons have been seized from the storages, a military official in Nangarhar said.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Nowadays, a number of government officials and political parties have formed political coalitions, particularly the recent one the Coalition to Rescue Afghanistan.
It is merit to mention that last year, a coalition named Protection and Stability formed by Mujahedeen leaders and jihadi parties, but still its taking position on bringing reforms has not been specified. In other countries, coalitions are mostly established to form a favorite government with strong commonalities. But unfortunately in Afghanistan, this is not so, and the groups make effort to criticize the government and avail the opportunity for their interests. The reason behind this irregularity is that the political games regulations in Afghanistan have not become as systematic as third world countries. That is why the coalition doesn’t follow any specific regulation. Those who try to form any coalitions, are making effort to create distance between the government and people—a move that won’t have a good future.
The government of national unity is committed to restoring national unity and fair partnership and making effort to equally ensure rule of law, strengthen democracy and freedom of speech which are its key priories. Therefore, the people of Afghanistan ask all political and tribal groups, oppositions and politicians to consider the priorities in their political moves, because the Afghans hardly attained the current achievements and don’t want to easily lose them. But what is questioning to the people of Afghanistan is that the recent coalitions are formed by those who have been working for the government but stand against it. The Afghans expect the groups and coalitions to stand by each other on bringing reforms and don’t let the opportunities to avail such separations. Amid looming political crisis, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday warned politicians to consider consequences of their decisions and actions.
Referring to coup against Daud Khan, CE Dr. Abdullah said that Afghanistan was suffering from the pain of the coup. “Political leaders should consider consequences of their decisions and action; one move could unsettle the overall situation,” Abdullah said. The remarks come as First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum has recently formed an anti-government coalition with Balkh Governor Ata Mohammad Noor and CE’s Second Deputy Mohammad Mohaqqiq in Turkey. “If we have a deep view of Afghanistan issues, we will notice that our responsibilities are more and greater than our personal claims,” Dr. said. Thus, considering ongoing situation of the country, all groups and coalitions are needed to join hands and fight against enemy.
Suraya Raiszada
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Recent clashes between Taliban militants and Afghan security personnel took the lives of 13 insurgents in southern Kandahar province.
The conflicts occurred, while the armed rebels wanted to targeted Afghan security forces conveys in relevant areas of Spin Boldak district and Kandahar city the provincial capital of the province.
Commander of Afghan National Army in the south of the country told BNA correspondent, 13 armed oppositions lost their lives following the clashes.
According to another report, Afghan security troops with discovering 7 rounds of different types of mines succeeded to prevent a series of bloodiest incidents in the province.
The mines had been planted by enemies of the country to target civilians and Afghan security personnel in crowded areas of Kandahar.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Up to 23 anti-government militias were perished and 37 others were injured due to air raid in southern Helmand province.
Ministry of National Defense press office reported BNA, the air attack carried out by Afghan air forces in insecure areas of Garashk district of Helmand province.
Dozens vehicles, motorcycles, some heavy and light weapons, ammunitions and several hideouts belonging the terrorist group have been destroyed following the attack, the source added.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Aiming agriculture lands irrigating and providing drinking water a water canal to be constructed in eastern Paktia province.
The water canal will be built at the sum of 4.300,000 Afghanis funded by Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) in Ahmad Abad district of the province.
Abdul Wali Sahi deputy governor of Paktia said, with construction of the water canal 452 acres of lands to be irrigated in Kamran Khail and Khojer Khail areas of Ahmad Abad district and totally 123 families will be benefited from this program.
The water canal to be constructed within the next three months, Sahi added.
Already residents of Ahmad Abad districts complained to government regarding lack of drinking and irrigation water in the mentioned district.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The National Procurement Commission with President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on the chair approved five projects worth 1.1 billion Afghanis, including Daikundi-Shahristan road project, a presidential statement said.
The session was also attended by commissioners of the committee for monitoring and evaluation (MEC). The approved contracts include: asphalting of the second phase of Daikundi-Shahristan road with the length of 10 Km, contracting consulting firms for the national charter programs in Kandahar and Helmand provinces, contract of 102 internet communication lines of Kabul Bank’s main branch with sub offices, contract for providing security to Kabul Bank branches and provision of necessary items for the vehicles of the presidential palace gauds.
According to presidential statement, 50 percent reduction taken place in Kabul Bank security contract, adding 30 million Afghanis was saved. Meanwhile the session approved the proposal of the ministry of telecommunication and information technology regarding E-Tazkira, instructing the ministry to oversee the implementation process of the contract. The session also asked civil society association’s cooperation in this regard. The session also approved the Afghanistan Brishna Sherkat’s (the power utility firm) proposal of extending electricity from Arghandi to Kandahar and installation of the sub-stations, instructing Ministry of Finance and the company to take necessary steps in close coordination of the USAID office in Kabul, the statement added. The session was attended by the second vice president Mohammad Sarwar Danesh, Ministers of Finance, Justice and Economy, officials of the national procurement authority, SIGAR observers, anti-Corruption Parliamentary Caucus, and CSTC-A of Resolute Support mission.
 

Tuesday July 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) At least 24 people have been killed and 42 wounded after a car bomb struck a bus carrying government employees in western Kabul on Monday, officials said, the latest attack to strike the Afghan capital.
“The car bomb targeted a bus carrying employees of the ministry of mines and petroleum during rush hour,” interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast that hit a busy neighborhood of the capital just before 7 am. President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani strongly condemned the Kabul suicide attack in the possible strongest terms, his office said in a statement. According to his office, President Ghani called yesterday’s suicide attack as an unforgivable crime against humanity. The president said the terrorist groups were attempting to prove their cruelty by carrying out such attacks after being defeated in the battlegrounds, the statement added. The president while expressing condolences to the victims’ families wished paradise to the martyrs and immediate recovery for the injured.
 

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