QALAT (PAN): People of Zabul express greater enthusiasm to take part in elections and cast their votes but they want that improvement of security is pre-requisite to the polls.
It merits mention the volatile Zabul is the southern province alongside the Durand Line, sharing borders with Kandahar, Helmand, Aurozgan and Ghazni provinces. It has 12 administrative units including its provincial capital, Qalat. Its provincial council has nine members with three of them are female.
Student: I will cast my vote as it is my strength.

QALAT (PAN): Residents of Zabul vehemently complained the province was experiencing deteriorated state of rampant insecurity, unemployment, closing down of schools and administrative corruption.
Mohammad 26 who hails from Shinkai district identified unemployment as the problems haunting residents of his town. In his chat with Pajhwok Afghan News, he said the biggest problem of concern for the people was growing insecurity. He said insecurity was halting development activities, triggering youth of the province to go to Pakistan for work.  

QALAT (PAN): People of the volatile Zabul demanded the government was direly needed to enhance security, good governance and ensure early completion of rehabilitation projects with more focus on education sector.
Abdul Haleem, resident of Daichopan district said the residents had been demanding strict security in the province, adding that development of the province was directly related to the improved law and order.