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Afghan government installed 80 thousand CC cameras in Kabul

April 23, 2024 10:47 am

Afghan government installed 80 thousand CC cameras in Kabul

The Afghan government has installed more than 80,000 CCTV cameras across the capital Kabul for crime prevention and overall monitoring. The Ministry of Interior of the country has given this information. Residents of the capital have welcomed the installation of CCTV cameras. At the same time, they call on the officials to ensure that they are operational.

Abdul Matin Kani, spokesperson of the ministry said, “These cameras will be helpful in preventing criminal incidents in the capital. The installation of these cameras is being increased in various provinces of the country including the capital.

He said, ‘These cameras have been installed at various important places, busy and critical points in Kabul. This will have a positive effect. Through these we have been able to arrest criminals or prevent certain incidents at certain times.’

Residents of the capital welcomed the initiative and requested the interim government to expand the installation of CCTV cameras to other provinces.

Velayat Khan, a resident of Kabul, said, “The security cameras should not be disabled. Because, when the theft happened, looking at the security camera, the officials said, there was no electricity.

Another resident of Kabul, Saeed Hussain, believes that the cameras installed in the city prevent theft, terrorism and chaos in the city.

Military experts said installation of CCTV cameras in the country is very important to improve the security situation. According to expert Mohammad Zalmai of Afghanistan, it should continue to identify criminals and bring peace of mind to citizens.

On August 15, 2021, Taliban fighters took control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. 23 days Mullah Md. The Taliban has formed a government in Afghanistan headed by Hasan Akhund.

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