The security command of entrances to Kabul said the security on the streets are better now than in the past.
Security personnel from Kabul's four gates said that in the past two months they seized drugs and various types of weapons from criminals.
"We seized powder, which also included raw opium. Also, we obtained 801 K tablets and 668 drug cans. Regarding the weapons that are available in our depot, there are around 17 weapons at our depot right now,” said Abdullah Jalali, head of planning and policy of the Kabul gates security command.
"Our checkpoints are operating twenty-four hours a day. We pledge to the people that they can live their lives peacefully and we won't let in any dissidents from entering,” said Khanullah, a member of the security forces of Kabul gates.
To ensure the safety of residents of the country, female police forces also serve at the entrances of Kabul alongside Islamic Emirate forces.
"Here at the post we are checking people; during Ashraf Ghani's era we were doing the same job,” said Najiba, a policewoman.
Meanwhile, some of the nation's citizens who travel from Kabul to the neighboring provinces said they are happy with the safety of the highways.
“In the past, we couldn't travel, but now it is very good, there are many checkpoints everywhere,” said Mustafa, a resident of Kandahar.
The security forces of the Kabul entrances said they were able to reactivate the security scanners at the northern gate and that they are still working to activate the scanners at the other three gates.