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Over 62,000 security cameras installed in Kabul

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The Ministry of Interior of the Taliban administration has announced installing over 62,000 security cameras across various locations in the country to enhance security.

Abdul Matin Qani, the Ministry of Interior spokesperson, said in a video clip to the media that in collaboration with the public, more than 62,000 security cameras have been installed in different parts of Kabul city.

Previously, the spokesperson of the police administration in Kabul had said that as part of this program, citizens are installing security cameras in their homes and streets to contribute to security measures.

Qani emphasized that installing these cameras will increase security in Kabul City, aiding in preventing criminal incidents through security camera facilities.

Moreover, the Ministry of Interior’s spokesperson added that the Ministry of Interior intends to implement this program in other significant cities of Afghanistan within its four-year policy, aiming to reduce crimes.

Meanwhile, citizens of the country report that the Ministry of Interior has distributed information forms to households and warned homeowners and shopkeepers that failure to install cameras will result in penalties.

Furthermore, the Taliban administration has stressed to homeowners and shopkeepers that the mandatory installation of security cameras is a requirement.

Amid a dire humanitarian crisis, the country has witnessed a notable surge in suicides following the Taliban’s rise to power.

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