The five provincial Governors have presented reports over the ongoing situation of their provinces who are leading as official’s representatives of the Government to officials in the cabinet of Afghanistan.
The main demands of the Governors were improving of education, and reviewing of the agriculture and live stock within their provinces from the central Government.
Governors who have gathered in Kabul were from Herat, Nimroz, Bamyan, Parwan and Kapisa and Diakundi.
Provincial Governor for Nimroz Mohammad Sami said, “Efforts are underway to monitoring teams were assigned to remove any additional extortion within the Province.”
Meanwhile Daikundi Governor Masuma Muradi has complained from lack of education she has said,” there are around 90 schools which are not as standards and do not meet the requirements of the students and teachers.”
Bamyan Governor Tahir Zaheer has asked the Government specially the officials in Ministry of agriculture and live stock to build cold storage for keeping the domestic productions specially potato, and lack of sufficient water based on agriculture standards has created other problems for farmers of Bamyan.
All five provincial Governors have not rejected the existence of security threats within their provinces demanding the central Government for more supports in order to avoid any insecurity issues.
Reported by Maroufa Zaki