Mahmud-i-Raqi (PAN): People of Kapisa demand the government to create job opportunities and bolster security in restive Taghab and Alasai districts.   
Having five administrative units, Kapisa is located 120 kilometers toward north of Kabul.
Khan Mohammad, a local and an employee of agriculture department noted administrative corruption is one of the main problems being confronted by the people.
Because of administrative corruption, which encourages insecurity, his brother among ten other candidates could not find jobs.

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.

Residents of eastern Kunar province want construction of a hydroelectric dam and security and stability from the upcoming president.
Kunar province shares a 260-kilometer border with Pakistan and has 14 districts.
Kunar province has nine seats in the provincial council and three of them are allotted for female representatives. Fifty-seven people nominated themselves for the provincial council elections, including only three women.

ASAD ABAD (PAN): Residents of Kunar link widespread insecurity and unavailability of electricity to hampering of development projects in the province, demanding the government to take measures to reverse the tide of lawlessness.
People say though Kunar has large water reservoirs and rivers, authorities fail to make best use of it to produce electricity.

ASAD ABAD (PAN): People in Kunar demand of the government to construct dams elsewhere in the province, which would help generate electricity and irrigate thousands acres of lands.
They are of the opinion that construction of dams would leave far-reaching positive impact on their economy.
They said Kunar River and other small rivers flow in the heart of the province while authorities are unable to kick off construction of dams. Ultimately, the waters of the rivers flow toward Pakistan without any use of it.

Restoration of peace, alleviation of poverty and construction of water dams are on top of the list for the people of the central Uruzgan province.
The province having six districts is located 670 kilometres south of the central capital Kabul. Its provincial council has nine seats with three of them for women.
According to the election commission, 26 candidates have registered their names for the provincial council seats. Only two of them are women.

Tarinkot (PAN): Complaining of a host of problems, the people of Uruzgan province expressed their concern by saying that their province is totally neglected in terms of development with most of the residents have no access even to basic needs of life.
Haji Bismullah, a resident of provincial capital Trinkot, said the central government did not extend any help to develop the province with the exception of paving of some meters road.

Tarinkot (PAN): Residents of the provincial capital and districts demand of the government to do more to further develop and promote the vital education and health sectors, fearing that both the sectors experience downward trend.
A resident of Tarinkot said the available public hospital in the city does not afford to provide the needed services, forcing many people to shift their patients to Kandahar or Pakistan where they face immense problems.