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President arrives in Kapisa, listens to public complaints

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President arrives in Kapisa, listens to public complaints

Jan 16, 2016 - 15:28

MAHMOOD RAQI (Pajhwok): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Saturday arrived in central Kapisa province and participated in a huge public meeting in Mahmood Raqi, the provincial capital.

Accompanied by a number of cabinet members and security officials, the president reached the provincial capital in the afternoon. Local people and public representatives attended the meeting.

Provincial council head Hussain Sanjani, who also participated in the gathering, said some economic projects previously launched in Kapisa had been incomplete for the past few years.

He asked the president to construct a building for Albironi University in Kapisa and increase the number of Afghan Local Police (ALP) personnel for improved law and order situation in the mountainous province.

A number of other residents in the meeting also asked the president to take steps to improve security situation and implement development projects in their province.

The president would also respond to local people’s and government officials’ questions in the meeting.

A week ago, President Ashraf Ghani on the head of a high-level delegation had traveled to eastern Nangarhar province and responded to people’s questions in a similar meeting.



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