Anger intensifies over insurgent access to military gear
AT-KABUL: There is an intensified anger over a heightened and unhindered access of Taliban militants to military equipment and armored vehicles as some senators are urging the government to up the ante against insurgents.
They were of the belief that the government was devoid of a conducive strategic construct to contain the situation in the country, criticizing the security brass for failing to tighten security.
The senators stressed that the security officials reporting about the insurgents’ activities in parts of the capital Kabul which shows their failure in this regard.
“Today when the Interior Minister informing about the enemies’ activity in Sarai Shamali area of Kabul as well as reporting about the security threats in Paghman, it shows that how much the situation is fragile and how much the people are concerned,” said senator Nader Baloch.
“It should be cleared how the insurgents are transferred and how the insurgents get access to armored vehicles,” said Senator Nesar Ahmad Haris, chairman of public welfare and environment commission.” “From where these armored vehicles come and those who cooperate with terrorists should be identified.”
The chairman of the Senate House, meanwhile said he will remove the black plastic sheets from his car, as a move “to end the security officials’ excuses over security failures,” and get prepared for better plans.
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