A *number of members of parliament on Monday asked interior minister Wais Ahmad Barmak to reveal names of those MPs and senators who back the movements of black-tinted cars in the country, especially in Kabul*, TOLO News has reported.
Barmak on Sunday in senate said, a number of insurgents enter Kabul city in vehicles which have black glass and bullet-proof windows, and that a number of MPs and senate support their movement in the city.
A number of members of parliament on Monday reacted to Barmak’s remarks asking him to disclose the names of those MPs who support the movement of black-tinted cars and the people who use them.
“You cannot exonerate yourself by saying this MP and that MP does this, we do not accept this. You should clearly name the persons responsible. You should say that a parliament speaker has a black-tinted car and transfers a suicide bomber. You should have the courage to say it,” parliament speaker Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi said.
“Your intelligence should reveal the names of those who have black-tinted cars and Afghan people should know them. You should not damage everyone’s reputation,” MP Qudratullah Zaki said.
Barmak had said, “Suicide bombers are transferred through these black-tinted and armored cars. You know to whom these cars belong and chief of the National Directorate of Security also knows it."
Some MPs said if Barmak cannot reveal the names of these people, he should step down from his seat as interior minister.
“The best minister is one who should share issues with the people directly,