Hundreds of residents in western Ghor province on Sunday while condemning suicide attacks and killings of innocent people, vowed no tactics would bar them from voting on June 14 runoff vote.
Chanting slogans in support of presidential elections and against the insecurity, a number of civil society activists and residents marched on the road to Ferozkoh square in the provincial capital.
They demanded the government to ensure tight security during the voting day for a landmark turnout. Gulam Rabani, a member of the civil society, told Pajhwok Afghan News: “We gathered here to denounce suicide attacks and we will respond to such attacks by casting our vote.” In larger interests of peace, democracy and bright future in the country, people were committed to participate in the ballot, he added.
Mohammad Hanif Ahmadi, another demonstrator, said people were all set to exercise their vote right on June 14 and they were striving to encourage more people to cast their ballot.
Souce:Pajhwok news agency