A number of Kabul residents complained about continued electricity blackouts in the capital city.
The residents expressed frustrations and said that they have electricuty for 7 to 8 hours a day, which us not sufficient.
The shortage in power comes amid cold whether that some of the families are forced to use power for heating.
"The power comes at 07:00pm and till morning. But there are problems when the power is cut off," said Shir Ahmad Hashimi, a resident of Kabul.
"We call on the power distribution company to pay attention to this problem," said Ahmad Satar, a resident of Kabul.
The Afghanistan Chamber of Industry and Mines (ACIM) said that the shortage of power has also affected the industrial sector of the country.
"One of the serious challenges against the industries owners is the shortage of power. We have 12 hours of electricity now and this has affected our products," said Sakhi Ahmad Paiman, deputy head of the ACIM.
The Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) confirmed the existence of problems in the distribution of electricity in the country.
"The disorder in the network is due to problems in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is supposed to provide us with 440 megawatts of electricity. You witnessed last month that they provided us only 200 megawatts of electricity from the 440 megawatts. One circuit of their power has been cut since yesterday," said Safiullah Ahmadzai, head of the operation department of DABS.
Former head of the DABS, Amanullah Ghalib said that the DABS needs to make effective contracts.
"It is needed that DABS use all of its capacity to control the technical problems and reach better agreements with the neighbours," said Ghalib.