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President says Ghazni security still not reliable

President says Ghazni security still not reliable

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Jul 16, 2020 - 21:42

GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday said the security situation in southern Ghazni province was not satisfactory and stressed evaluation of district administrative and police chiefs.

As the president arrived in Ghazni city, the provincial capital, four rockets landed near the governor’s house.

A statement from the Presidential Palace said, President Ghani travelled to Ghazni province to assess the province general situation.

The president listened to reports from civil and military officials in a security meeting.

First governor Wahidullah Kalimzai briefed the president on the overall security situation in the province, casualties to the militants in clearing operations and others.

Security officials said security forces defended the country and the people with high morale and defense and security forces stationed in Ghazni worked in coordination to ward off threats.

“Ghazni city is protected from the enemy threat and from being collapsed, however, the fundamental threat remains.”

Ghani asked security and defense officials to share a clear assessment of Ghazni situation with him.

He praised the efforts of security forces, but did not call the security situation as reliable, saying the people of Ghazni should be ensured their security and convinced that all central departments were in their service.

He asked the authorities concerned to fundamentally evaluate the district administrative, police and intelligence chiefs.

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