Kabul (PAN): A large number of Maidan Wardak people complain of deteriorated security, administrative corruption, joblessness, shortage of girls’ schools and unilateral operations by foreign forces.  
They said the province is experiencing shortage of health care centers and its roads are also presenting a dilapidated condition.

Residents of central Maidan Wardak provinces want their upcoming president to halt unilateral operation being conducted by foreign forces, arresting of innocent civilians and control growing Taliban’s sway.
The central Maidan Wardak province has nine administrative units including its capital Maidan Shar. It is located at a 35 kilometers distance from Kabul.
Recently, residents staged protest against the unilateral operations and the harassment of civilians by foreign forces with special reference by the U.S. troops.    

Kabul (PAN): People of Maidan Wardak province demand of the government to help develop the entire infrastructure including roads construction, promote agriculture on advanced lines and to repair the Chak power dam.
“Agriculture products need to have a proper market. There is dire need of establishment a public university to expand the education activities,” they demand.