The cluster of Security ministries and directorates have in the past three months identified all vulnerable areas in which security forces will conduct special and systematic operations during the expected new war season.
Plans have been developed to thwart attacks in the designated areas, the ministries of Defense (MoD), Interior (MoI), the Directorate of National Security (NDS) and the Independent Directorate of Local Governance said in Kabul on Sunday.
By implementing the new plans, no part of Afghanistan will fall to insurgents in the new solar year, the MoD said.
“The plans include equipment, training, defeating attacks and carrying out operations,” Dawlat Waziri, MoD spokesman said.
Sediq Sediqqi, spokesman of MoI also said by implementing the plans, security challenges and obstacles in the new war season will be resolved.
“The security forces who are in battlefields have been familiar with those vulnerable areas and they know how to prevent destructive attacks by the terrorists,” he said.
According to these plans, the air forces will play a vital role in elimination of insurgents while commandos and police Special Forces also will take part in offensive operations.
Although security forces have assured people of maintaining security and defeating insurgents in next war season, Afghans remain skeptical about the implementation of the plans and maintaining security in vulnerable areas.
“Unfortunately, security officials are not doing their jobs. The head of security is busy doing other work and it can affect security forces,” said Mohammad Alim Ezadyar, first deputy of senate.