A number of investors said government promises to provide electricity for factory owners sector is not true.
BAZAR: Kabul Industry Owners Face Electricity Shortage
Lack of electricity in Kabul during the current winter has created problems for industry owners as they said some of them had to stop their factories.
The association of industries in Kabul the country’s power supplying firm, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, is not ready to provide electricity for newly established factories in the industrial parks in Kabul.
In this episode of Bazar, host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Shirbaz Kaminzada, head of Chamber of Industries and Mines.
In the second part of this program, host Mohammadi discusses lack of electricity bill payments by government institutions and powerful figures in Badakhshan province with Safiullah Muslim, an MP from Badakhshan.
Meanwhile, host Mohammadi discusses fresh flower business in Kabul markets with Sayed Ahmad, a fresh flower importer and Sayed Zaibullah a fresh flower seller.
Host Mohammadi also discusses construction of a road in Kabul with Najib Alokozai, head of Kabul’s district 2 of the municipality.
In the last part of the program, host Mohammadi discusses the achievement of Kabul-based law firm, Kakar Advocates, as a Band I Law firm in the Chambers and Partners’ 2019 Guide with Saleem Alokozai, Business Development Director at Kakar Advocates.