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Four ISIS associates accused of demolishing power pylons arrested

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

National Directorate Security in a statement said that a group of three along with their head arrested in an operation in northern Parwan province. The arrestees destroyed imported electricity pylons mostly in the north of Kabul.

The NDS statement reads that ISIS associates carried out destruction activities in coordination with the Taliban.

As per the statement, the group of four has demolished 36 power pylons, has attacked oil tankers in PD17 of Kabul city and targeted lecturers of Albironi university and the doctors of emergency hospital.

NDS has also seized a great deal of detonating material used by the group while demolishing the power pylons.

The latest pylons were destroyed in Jangal Bagh of Parwan province which was rebuilt by De Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, DABS the previous day reconnecting electricity of Kabul and neighboring provinces.

They two power pylons collapsed in western Paghman district of Kabul are yet to be rebuilt and the district along with western parts of Kabul are still out of electricity.

Demolition of Power pylons has been a grave matter of concern among the residents of Kabul and the industrialists in particular.

De Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat claims that absence of power cost them over two million Afghanis per each hour.

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