A survey of an Afghan news outlet revealed this.
A survey of Tolo News released on Friday revealed that five of the 14 dead were military personnel.
According to the findings, there were three explosions and 20 crime incidents in the Afghan capital in less than 10 days.
The government announced a safety plan, the Security Charter, to ensure the security of Kabul and other large cities of the country.
As part of the plan, President Ashraf Ghani has directed security agencies to take stern action against cases of crime in the city.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, over 500 suspects have been arrested in Kabul over the past 10 days on charges of various crimes.
A spokesman for the ministry, Tariq Arian, said that people’s cooperation with security forces, especially the police, is important for overcoming incidents of crime in Kabul.
“There will be improvements in the police ranks and in the police stations,” Tolo News quoted a spokesperson as saying. We have intensified our efforts to arrest criminals.
VAV / RHA