Kabul-North Highway Reopens To Traffic After 2 Days Of Protests

Kabul: The Kabul-North highway, which was closed to traffic in the minaret area of Jabal Saraj by local residents who were protesting against the killing of a young boy by unknown individuals, reopened on Monday.

Parwan Governor Fazluddin Ayar told the BBC that the perpetrators of the young boy’s murder had been “arrested by intelligence forces in the province”.

According to Ayar, local residents brought the body of the victim to the crossroads of Jabal Siraj and closed the highway in protest. The two-day protest and the blocking of the road stopped hundreds of passenger cars and trucks on this route.

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