Angry afghans clashed with police in Afghan capital Kabul calling president to resign

Hundreds of angry afghan citizens took to the streets in Afghan capital Kabul against the truck bombing that killed 90 people couple of days ago. The protestors demanded the resignation of the government led by president Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah. The protesters clashed with the police when the later tried to stop the protesters march towards presidential palace.

According to the media reports, one person killed and several injured when police used bullets to disperse the angry protesters. The security forces used water cannon and tear gas to stop the protesters near the presidential palace. The people shouted slogans against the Afghan government and demand the resignation of the president. They declared president Ashraf Ghani and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah responsible for the truck bombing in the heart of Kabul.

A large number of women participated in the protest and chanted anti government slogans. The protesters were also carried the banners and play cards with having pictures of the victims of truck bomb. This demonstration is a clear sign that ordinary people started to loose patience with government who failed to control the law and order situation in the country. The Taliban forces already controls more than 40% of the area in the country.

More than 700 people have already been killed in just three months of 2017. 3500 people lost their lives last year.

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