Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Bamyan: Mawlavi Abdullah Sarhadi; The governor of the Islamic Emirate in Bamyan said in a conversation with Ava news agency: "The most important thing that happened during the change of government in Afghanistan was the end of the American occupation and the puppet government of this country, which oppressed the people of this country in every way and all the people "Afghanistan is happy that the Islamic Emirate came to power."
The governor of Bamyan added that in the Islamic Emirate government, everyone is brother and all the people of Afghanistan have enjoyed the greatest blessing of Allah (SWT), which is security, and they can travel to all regions of Afghanistan under the shadow of the Islamic Emirate.
The governor of Bamyan added: In the field of development projects, the Islamic Emirate has also been successful and has implemented more than 20 development projects in Bamyan and its districts within a year, and is trying to complete half-finished projects as well.
According to Mr. Sarhadhi, by next year, Bamyan province will witness the opening of more than 60 development projects.
Between the fall of the previous government and the establishment of the Islamic Emirate government, Bamyan Province has witnessed the looting of some government offices and public assets. Abdullah Sarhadhi; In response to Ava's reporter, the governor of Bamyan said: "We are trying to return those private or government properties that were looted."
A year ago on this day, Bamyan fell to the forces of the Islamic Emirate, now that a year has passed, the citizens of Bamyan province are presenting different views and opinions about the current government.
Kareem A resident of Bamyan province told AVA: "Now everything is fine, the most important thing is the absence of administrative and moral corruption in the offices. Everyone's work is going well and the bureaucracy system has been completely removed from the offices."
Auzra Latifi; among the other citizens of Bamyan, she described the Islamic Emirate as better in governance than previous governments; But he asked the authorities of the Islamic Emirate to reopen schools for female students.
A year ago, on the 13th
of August, the province of Bamyan fell to the forces of the Islamic Emirate. The next day, the capital also fell into the hands of the Islamic Emirate forces when Ashraf Ghani fled. For this purpose, Monday August 15, 2022 has been declared a holiday by the government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.