Security organs assures of full security preparations as Eid al-Adha arrives

By: Suraya Raiszada

The security organs are assuring of comprehensive preparations to take full security of the people during the Eid al-Adha days, an official said Wednesday.
Nasrat Rahimi, the spokesman of the Ministry of Interior told The Kabul Times that the national police in coordination with other security institutions were ready to ensure security of the countrymen who want to go to the prayer places including mosques, prayer areas and the populated sites, where they will perform the Eid prayer.
“I assure that all security entities would take part in security of the Kabul citizens and other cities of the country, during the Eid days,” said the spokesman.
He also asked the entire citizens to cooperate with the security organs in foiling any malicious plots which are led to disturb security of the people during the sacred festival.
He said the people cooperation was a need any times, particularly during occasional events.
Meantime, the ministry of defense has also assured that the army forces would be on alert and full readiness to take security of the prayers during the holy Eid festival.
The ministry in a statement released to media said that the army forces would do their best to help the people feel full secure during the Eid days.
A political analyst, Ali Rahmani told The Kabul Times that the security forces of the country have defended the country and the people under tough conditions, but in the national events, both security forces and the people should cooperate with each other during the days of Eid al-Adha.
“People cooperation is the most important factor in ensuring security of the people,” said the analyst.
Malalay a Kabul citizen and teacher of Malalay High School, also briefed about the security plans during the upcoming Eid festival and said that the security forces were the real offspring of the country and their efforts for taking security of the country, was commendable.

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