The police headquarters of eastern Nangarhar province received 120 Britain manufactured Clews Competition Motorcycles (CCM).
They were handed over to Afghan Local Police (ALP) of a number of districts by the Police Chief General Fazal Ahmad Shirzad on Saturday.
While distributing the motorcycles, Gen. Shirzad said the supply would assist his personnel to fulfill their duties in border and other important areas comparatively in a better way.
He added that police would be able to do more patrols for providing good security in those areas.
The Police Chief urged his officers to only used the motorcycles for official duties and take care of them.
Nangarhar which is a mountainous province shares a long border with Pakistan and some times security personnel have difficulties driving through the narrow paths to get to the villagers in the time of need or to the militant hideouts during security operations.