Kabul (BNA) Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs, Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi in a meeting with a number of scholars of Samangan province, said that measures will be taken to establish schools and health centers in remote areas of the country.
During a meeting, Mawlavi Amanullah a local official of Samangan spoke on behalf of others and shared details about the social situation in this province to Deputy Prime Minister, Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, according to a statement.
The scholars and elders of Samangan expressed their satisfaction with the maintain of overall security in the country and prevention of administrative corruption by the officials of the Islamic Emirate, said that the ex-administration has no attention to religious schools and health clinics in the past twenty years in some remote areas, including the problems of the people in this province.
They also reminded of the sacrifices and efforts of the people of Samangan province in the fight against the invaders and requested the officials of the Islamic Emirate to pay serious attention to addressing their problems.
For his part, Deputy PM Hanafi, while expressing his satisfaction with them, mentioned the sacrifices, efforts, and struggles of the scholars and people of Samangan province in the fight against the invaders.
The officials of the Islamic Emirate do not spare any effort in identifying and dealing with the problems of the people in all parts of the country, he added.
Measures will be taken to establish schools and health centers in remote areas of the country in terms of facilities, said Deputy Prime Minister.