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This is what Taliban confiscated during door-to-door sweep

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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.

The chief spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Zabiullah Mujahid said that their massive house-to-house search that was also carried out by women police aimed at securing the Afghan capital Kabul and its neighboring provinces.

Briefing journalists in Kabul on Sunday, February 27, 2022, Zabiullah Mujahid said that four people-a male doctor, a man, and two teenage girls- who were kidnapped got released during the operations.

Mujahid further added that nine kidnappers, six ISIS-K affiliates, and 53 professional and high-level thieves were arrested.

“133 Kalashnikov, nine Krinkov, 5 Kalakov, 13 M16, 3 M4, 181 pistols, 44 rocket launchers, 2 Carbine, 85 RPGs, 7 Kalashnikov machine gun, 2 Draznov, 107 82 artillery, 20 grenades, 36 mines, 13 tons of gun powder, 89 grenades, 21 11-shot rifles, 2 drone cameras, 4 ranger vehicles, 44 other government-related vehicles, 13 government related armored vehicles, 3 Land Cruisers, one Hilux, 64 small radio, 12 big radios, 1 domineers, 57 goggles, 52 jammers, 60386 bullets,” Mujahid said.

Zabiullah Mujahid expressed hope that this will be their last sweep that will lead to full security both in the capital and neighboring provinces.

It is worth mentioning that, people have mixed reactions to the clean-up operations by the Taliban. Some are optimistic as it leads to security while others complain about their personal privacy being violated.

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