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Police: Traffic Accidents, Undocumented Vehicles Nationwide Problem

The Traffic Police Department reports that nearly two hundred people have been killed and injured in the last five days as a result of traffic incidents in the country.

The financial and administrative director of the department said that in the last three months, nearly 300,000 cars without documents have been registered across the country.

“Approximately 66 people have died, and 132 others have been injured across the country,” said Abdul Wodod KhirKhah, head of policy in the Traffic Police Department.

“Most of the vulnerable people are from cities and the reason is not following traffic rules,” said Mohammad Nayeem Mangal, head of the regional hospital of Kunduz.

 Meanwhile, residents of Kabul said the increase in cars without documents is the main reason for the increase in traffic incidents in the country.

“The reason for traffic incidents is cars without documents that are used in Pakistan, not in Afghanistan,” said Folad, a Kabul resident.

“The reason is that people don’t know how to drive at all, and they have never driven before, that's why the incidents have increased,” said Esmatullah, a resident of Kabul.

Meanwhile, the Traffic Police Department announced the registration of nearly 300,000 cars without documents in the last three months across the country.

Police: Traffic Accidents, Undocumented Vehicles Nationwide Problem

residents of Kabul said the increase in cars without documents is the main reason for the increase in traffic incidents

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The Traffic Police Department reports that nearly two hundred people have been killed and injured in the last five days as a result of traffic incidents in the country.

The financial and administrative director of the department said that in the last three months, nearly 300,000 cars without documents have been registered across the country.

“Approximately 66 people have died, and 132 others have been injured across the country,” said Abdul Wodod KhirKhah, head of policy in the Traffic Police Department.

“Most of the vulnerable people are from cities and the reason is not following traffic rules,” said Mohammad Nayeem Mangal, head of the regional hospital of Kunduz.

 Meanwhile, residents of Kabul said the increase in cars without documents is the main reason for the increase in traffic incidents in the country.

“The reason for traffic incidents is cars without documents that are used in Pakistan, not in Afghanistan,” said Folad, a Kabul resident.

“The reason is that people don’t know how to drive at all, and they have never driven before, that's why the incidents have increased,” said Esmatullah, a resident of Kabul.

Meanwhile, the Traffic Police Department announced the registration of nearly 300,000 cars without documents in the last three months across the country.

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