Afghan Taliban cut electricity supply line for Kabul

Afghan Taliban cut electricity supply line for Kabul

KABUL - Afghan Taliban group has claimed responsibility for cutting the electricity transmission line for Kabul.

Taliban emphasized that the transmission lines supplying electricity to Kabul will remain non-operational until the government has not started work on public welfare projects in northern Kunduz and Baghlan provinces, Khaama Press has reported.

The Taliban militants group has claimed responsibility for intentionally cutting the electricity transmission line for Kabul, emphasizing that the transmission lines supplying electricity to Kabul will remain non-operational until the government has not started work on public welfare projects in northern Kunduz and Baghlan provinces.

A statement by the Taliban group states that the electricity transmission lines supplying electricity to Kabul have been disconnected in reaction to the recent decisions of the government.

The group has demanded that electricity issues of Chahar Dara district in Kunduz must resolved as soon as possible and electricity issues regarding Gul Tapa area should be resolved as well in a bid to ensure the uninterrupted supply of electricity to Kabul via northern provinces.