Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Abdul Nafi Takor, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior, presented information on the achievements of the Ministry in the field of combating criminal crimes, narcotics and police in a press conference yesterday, Wednesday (December 7).
Meanwhile, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior said: In the last two months, 1,214 reports from citizens have been sent to the Police Information Center 119.
In response to the concern of regional countries about the situation in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Interior of the caretaker government says that currently no terrorist group is present and active in Afghanistan.
At the same time, the Office of the Research Service of the US Congress has expressed doubts about the ability of the Taliban to deal with them by stating that there are 4,000 ISIS terrorists in Afghanistan.
In a new report, the Office of the US Congressional Research Service has written that despite the Taliban's confrontation with terrorist groups, the ranks of ISIS in Khorasan have increased to 4,000 fighters, and this group has also taken responsibility for a number of major attacks in 2022.
This research organization affiliated with the US Congress continued to consider Pakistan as "the most important" neighbor of Afghanistan, which "has played an active and, according to many, destabilizing role in Afghanistan's affairs for decades."
Abdul Nafi Takor stated that in the last two months, 5000 policemen have graduated from preliminary and professional training centers and are doing their duty to serve the society.
Referring to the Ministry of Interior's serious fight against drug trafficking and cultivation, he added that the police destroyed 38 drug factories throughout the country in the last two months.
Stating that drugs are a sinister and destructive phenomenon, he said that the citizens of the country should be aware of the dangers of drug use.
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior also added that in the last two months, 2,000 thousand criminal incidents have taken place, of which more than 1,500 cases have been investigated.
According to him, more than two thousand five hundred people have been arrested in connection with these events.
At the same time, most of the citizens of the country have complained about the increase in criminal offenses and have demanded a serious fight by the Ministry of Interior with the criminals.
But some time ago, Khalid Zadran, the spokesman of Kabul headquarters, said that to prevent the increase of criminal crimes, citizens should install security cameras in their homes.
Armed robbery and other criminal crimes during the republican regime were also one of the serious problems of the people in the country, and from time to time reports of people being killed as a result of such crimes were also published.