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Taliban launches vast clean-up operation in Kabul, neighboring provinces

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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.

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has launched its first-ever vast clean-up operations in the Afghan capital Kabul and its neighboring provinces aimed at tracing kidnappers, thieves, and offenders.

The Taliban affiliates are entering homes and searching the homes for weapons, cars, and any property belonging to the government.

Spokesperson of the Kabul police-Taliban security forces- Habib Zadran said that the ongoing clean-up operations were launched at the behest of the residents of Kabul not against them.

Habib Zadran said the operations are aimed at tracing criminals, kidnappers and at reducing the level of crimes and offenses in the city.

“No one is exempt from the operations, the operations have no exceptions and even my home was searched. The operations are not restricted to any ethnic group or specific area.” Khalid Zadran said.

The spokesperson confirmed the achievement they had during the operations but did not unveil the exact amount of confiscation as the operation is not ended yet.

In the meantime, Khalid Zadran said that they are accompanied by female police members and carry out the operations together.

Earlier, the IEA in a statement announced that the clean-up operations are aimed at securing the lives of residents so the people are asked to be fully cooperative with the Taliban forces.

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