KABUL: The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission has called on the government to treat the criminals with good and measurable manners.
The commission in a statement expressed frustration on the rise of insecurity and criminal activities around the country, saying that the government is obliged to take tremendous steps to protect the citizens and provide a tighten security.
This is as the residents of Kabul worried over a spike in insecurity, saying that lack of a good security in the city posed drastic challenges to the people. Simultaneously, the security officials instructed the police to not show any mercy on the perpetrators.
First Vice President, Amrullah Saleh announced taking responsibility for Kabul security, assuring no beholding for the criminals in his scheme.
Previously, the minister of interior, Massoud Andarabi ordered the security forces to shoot the rebels if they were resisting surrendering.