The government distributes twelve thousand families to the victims of the Coupon security forces
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
Twelve thousand families of security martyrs in Kabul will benefit from the coupon. The presidential palace has announced that it will begin the process first in Kabul. Shah Hussein Mortazawi, the deputy spokesman for the presidential palace, said in an interview with the Pasbanan: “This coupon is for the survivors of the security and defense forces. Initially, this process will be carried out for twelve thousand families in twelve months; this coupon will be distributed to the booklet each month, and then this will be distributed in 33 other provinces. Will be implemented. “Shah Hussein Mortazawi says: “The program is currently being launched in Kabul only for a trial period, but it is supposed to begin soon in other provinces as well.” Shah Hussein Mortazawi says: “The program is currently being launched in Kabul only for a trial period, but it is supposed to begin soon in other provinces as well.” So that we cover the entire families of the martyrs of the security forces in a fundamental way. “This seems to be good news for some citizens who support their security forces.
Mohammad Tayeb Khosrawi, who lost his cousin’s son in the fight against terror, says: “The government has made the right decision. The coupon can help military families in the country to get out of the hands of others, but the success and transparency of this process depends on the beginning of the process. ”
But some other citizens believe that the presidential decree is part of the campaign. Shirzad Mohammadi, another citizen of Kabul, says: “If the government really wanted to help the families of the martyrs, this process should begin in the last four years. In my opinion, this trend is part of the presidential campaign. “Over the past 18 years, Afghan security forces have provided the largest number of victims in the fight against terrorist attacks.
More than 45,000 military troops have been victimized since the start of the National Unity Government, most of whom have lost their lives in the suicide bomber and the Taliban and ISIL bombings.