AT-KABUL: The Kabul police say there would be no exemption in collecting the arms and vehicles without documents, adding that they had cleaned up the tints of over 1,000 vehicles in the past five days.
Kabul police spokesman Basir Mujahid, said that police would continue the program despite some high-level officials including members of the parliament were against the plan.
Other government officials and lawmakers are supporting this program, Mujahid said, calling for their more cooperation. He added that more than 50 armored vehicles without legal documents were collected in the past five days.
A number of the parliamentarians opposed the program, alleging that they were disgraced by police during the implementation of the program.
But the critic legislator, Ramazan Bashardost told the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty that commuting in the vehicles with tinted glasses could not stop security threats.
The undocumented tinted vehicles would help insecurity, he said. “There can be a minister, a parliamentarian or a thief and smugglers in such vehicles,” Bashardost said, citing former interior minister that had claimed some parliamentarians were engage in smuggling.
Bashardost said that government officials, legislators and jihadi leaders were still using vehicles with tinted windows and did not care police’s call.