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250 Kunar students to be enrolled in Kabul: Mangal

250 Kunar students to be enrolled in Kabul: Mangal

Apr 23, 2016 - 21:23

ASADABAD (Pajhwok):  Borders and Tribal Affairs Minister Mohammad Gulab Mangal on Saturday said 250 students of eastern Kunar province would be enrolled in high schools in Kabulinfo-icon.

Mangal visited the eastern province and attended a gathering participated by local officials and tribal elders in Asadabad, the provincial capital.

Tribal elder Khan Bacha asked the minister to pay attention to Kunar’s borders and tribal affairs department and establish its offices in all districts of the province to pave the way for communication among tribes on both sides of the Durand Lineinfo-icon.

Provincial council chief Jamaluddin Sayar demanded the establishment of high schools with hostel facility for students in bordering districts.

Kunar Governor Wahidullah Kalimzai said all people and tribes of Kunar supported Afghan government and security forces.

He also asked the visiting minister to equip border security forces with heavy weapons and increase their number to prevent militants from crossing into Afghanistaninfo-icon from across the Durand Line.

Mangal vowed to resolve issues within his ministry authority and convey demands of people to the Cabinet.

He asked tribal elders to preserve Afghanistan’s honor as the enemies would try to shed too much blood this year in Afghanistan.

He promised 200 students of Kunar would be enrolled in Khushal Khan and Rahman Baba high schools in Kabul and 50 others high school graduates who failed in university entrance exam would be given admission in Bayazid Rokhan Institute run by his ministry.


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