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Kabul police seeks citizen’s help to hunt 10-wanted criminals

AT News Report

KABUL: The Kabul police have revealed a list of criminals with seeking people’s support from across the country to track them down.

Ministry of Interior (MoI) on Tuesday released another list of 10-wanted criminals, asking the resident to help police in arresting them.

Acting Minister of Interior, Masoud Andarabi said the law will be enforced strictly and honestly against criminals, terrorists and those bullying individuals and groups.

While unveiling a new list of 10-wanted criminals who have committed different crimes, Andarabi said hunting operation to detain them has begun.

The young minister called upon Kabul citizens to cooperate with police in identifying and arresting the criminals.

It is worth mentioning that it has been for two months that MoI has started serious of campaigns and operation against criminals.  So far different wanted lists included name of hundred criminals shared with people through officials’ pages of the ministry and social Medias.

Moreover, during the period the Kabul police arrested a number of criminals in Kabul and its districts.

The anti-criminal crackdowns have warmly welcomed by Kabul residents, terming it a great move toward improving security situation in the city.

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