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Public-police liaison behind Bamyan security

Public-police liaison behind Bamyan security

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Dec 14, 2016 - 18:44

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Local officials cite people’s support with security forces as the reason behind good security in central Bamyan province.   

Lt. Col. Mohammad Ali Lakzai, deputy provincial police chief, on Wednesday told Pajhwok Afghan News the Afghan Local Police (ALP) personnel had always been in contact with people.

He said the ALP forces had neutralized all subversive plans of the enemy. “We work different from other police headquarters and our relations and connections with people are very cordial and closest. And it is the reason Bamyan is fully stable and in peace.”

However, Lakzai said though the number of police in Bamyan and ammunition with them was small, yet the police headquarters made extraordinary efforts to ensure security in the province.

He hoped the security in Bamyan would be a role model for other provinces and people should help and support security forces.

Bamyan governor Mohammad Tahir Zahir told the reception held in honour of security forces that every unstable province had impact on Bamyan. Bamyan residents as a part of the nation also suffered from insecurities in other provinces.

Mohammad Hassan Asadi, a member of the provincial council, also held similar views. He linked stability in Bamyan to cooperation of civilians with military forces. He said if people didn’t support security forces, they solely couldn’t ensure security.

The event was held to support security forces. Dozens of influential figures, clerics and civil societyinfo-icon activists participated in the reception, lauding performance of security officials.

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