Safety of general public in Afghanistan

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Afghanistan has been placed in top four most dangerous countries to visit. The report is based on worsening security situation of a country that has been involved in long three decades of war that brought destruction and mass exodus to neighbor countries.For many people, Afghanistan is still unsafe country and ranking shows worse situation in Afghanistan.

2013 has been the most violent year in Afghanistan reporting thousand of violent cases making life tough for poor people.Women and children particularly had been the victim of increased violence in Afghanistan speaking volume of how much government of Afghanistan cares about general public specially women and children being victim of attacks.last year has been the toughest year for women raising concerns on local and international agencies working for protection of women in Afghanistan.

Government has failed to protect people against growing violence and innocent people has been victim of growing violence.After withdrawal of international troops and aid agencies people fear situation will get worse and public will face more attacks and specially in absence of protection agencies, it will be really hard to stay optimistic and hope for better situation.

After invasion of US in 2001, situation got improved and people were feeling safe in Afghanistan.Businesses flourished but since last year, situation is not looking good.Businessman are kidnapped for ransom in day broad light and government has failed to provide security to the people. Businessmen are shifting to other countries making it more worse for economy of Afghanistan that is already shaking and need strong financial treatment.

Kidnapping,domestic violence,crimes etc are on rise and government has failed to provide any relief to is expected majority of people will migrate to neighbor countries because of situation getting worse with each passing day and they do not feel safe and happy. Public are expecting new government to take on and will try to solve their problems.


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