VP Danesh meets central regions tribes’ solidarity council member

KABUL: Members of central regions tribes’ solidarity council met with Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh, during which they shared their demands, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported.
The participants came up with demands on ensuring security of transit routes in Behsoud district, Maidan Wardak and other central regions, properties’ expropriation during a construction project of Gardan Dewar route, their presence in peace consultative Jirga, recruiting educated cadres in the government administrations and teachers in the education ministry’s vacancies, the agency added.
They also shared their demands on ensuring power energy and water for townships located in Kabul’s west, restoring their security and addressing addicts’ problems.
Afterwards, appreciating wide presence of the council’s members, VP Danesh congratulated 9th Hoot, the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces Day.
He added there is no doubt that the people have many problems and these challenges existed countrywide.
He clarified that the government is obliged to ensure security and since two years, the government’s leadership has been doing its best in this regard.
Likewise, he added he will make effort to address the people’s problems through the relevant organs.
The Kabul Times

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