Thu, 2021-01-07 01:18
KABUL: Modern surveillance cameras will cover the streets of Kabul to contain militant attacks and crime, Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh announced on Wednesday.
Saleh has been tasked with improving Kabul’s security by President Ashraf Ghani, with violent crime on the rise. Dozens of attacks, including suicide blasts, rocket strikes and magnet bombs have been recorded in the city over the past few months.
“The space will become tighter for terrorists and thieves, not wider,” Saleh said during a government meeting.