Kabul police: More than 80,000 weapons are collected in Kabul
Reporter: Latifa Sahil
Kabul security authorities are reporting power by more than 80,000 illegal weapons in Kabul.
Syed Mohammad Roshandel, Kabul Police Chief at Kabul Police Station’s Criminal Analysis Workshop, said the process has had a negative impact on security in the Afghan capital, but security forces have started collecting weapons.
The increase in crimes in Kabul has become a major concern for the citizens of the city today and the lives of the residents of the capital are being threatened by criminals every day. The passing of armed convoy in the city has become commonplace with military uniforms for Kabul citizens.
Some of these gunmen are personal guards of businessmen, parliamentarians, influential local people, ministers, and political figures.