KABUL (BNA) Chaired by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, Deputy Prime Minister, the meeting of the Economic Commission discussed the start of the TAPI project practical work.
In today’s press release of the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office, it was stated that in this meeting Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was appointed by Afghanistan for the leadership committee of the “TAPI” project, which meets annually at the state level and ” Shahabuddin Dilawar, who meets at the ministerial level when needed, was introduced as the representative for TAPI Company.
The commission decided that the practical work of the project will start from Herat shortly.
During the meeting, to strengthen the private banks, the Economic Commission nm requested the Supreme Court to establish a special court for the quick resolution of banking cases, and it was decided that the courts of Afghanistan should start issuing sharia deeds for properties.
The Private construction works should be started again, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Bank of Afghanistan should try to transfer cash humanitarian aid through several private banks instead of one bank through coordination with donor organizations.
Likewise, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should make efforts to open the bank accounts of private banks in neighboring and other countries.
The Bank of Afghanistan should give deposits to private banks with the help of the Ministry of Finance.
The salary should be transferred through private banks, in the field of Islamic banking, private banks should use the experiences of Iran, Paki, stan, and Malaysia, and also according to Sharia, private banks should provide Islamic loans to people based on the procedure of the central bank to start paying.
In the meeting, a joint competent and professional delegation of the Ministries of Finance, Mines and Petroleum, Energy and water, Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, Economy, Commerce and Industry, and the Railway Administration to discuss Iran on economic issues.
The Economic Commission tasked the Ministry of Energy and Water to conduct the first survey of Sultan Ibrahim Dam and Sheraba Dam in Sar-e-Pul province and complete the design work.
In addition to producing 20 megawatts of electricity, the Sultan Ibrahim three Dam can irrigate 250,000 acres of land.
The Public Works and Urban Development Ministry were tasked to complete the survey and design of the urban ring road of Sar-e-Pul.
According to the meeting reports the construction of another dam will be started in Sar-e-Pul with a cost of 4 million Afghanis, which will irrigate 7 thousand hectares of land.