Zain al-Abuddin Abed, the governor of Laghman province, said there are no armed opposition groups in the province.
The governor added that in the first months of the Islamic Emirate, people in some districts of the province were worried about the presence of people affiliated with ISIS and the Resistance Front, but with the implementation of the amnesty decree of the Islamic Emirate, such people joined the Islamic Emirate.
“From that day until now, seven months have passed, thank God we have had no bad events,” said Zain al-Abedin Abed, the governor of Laghman.
The governor of Laghman said some development projects have also started in the province.
“There has been no delay in any area of our work: the farmers, the shopkeepers, the businessmen, the educational sector, or the health sector,” he said.
Meanwhile, Laghman residents have demands of the local officials in the province.
“As a young man of Laghman, I ask the Islamic Emirate to pay attention to the people of Laghman and step up their development projects,” said Ibrahim, a resident of Laghman.
“We no longer want our children and ourselves to grow up in the war and live in the war, so we don’t want to hear the name of war anymore,” said Naqibullah Saeedi, a resident of Laghman.
Local officials in Laghman are also urging residents of the province to cooperate with the forces of the Islamic Emirate in securing their villages.