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Snow freezes Afghanistan, 124 people die


The country has nothing left of its own economy. Instead, ordinary Afghans continued to depend on relief. Now that too is about to close.

Nature is also taking their big test this time. As a result, people are losing their lives.

Disaster Management Minister Mullah Mohammad Abbas Akhund said that even if people lost their lives in severe winter, there will be no change in their order.

He told the BBC, “Many areas of Afghanistan have been completely cut off due to heavy snowfall. Military helicopters have been sent to those areas to rescue the victims, but the helicopters are unable to land in most of the hilly areas.

“For the next 10 days, the weather will improve and the temperature will rise,” the Met office said.

However, he expressed concern over further loss of life and destruction of livestock.



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