Should the people of Afghanistan take over the security of their areas?

Should the people of Afghanistan take over the security of their areas?
In recent months, the west of Kabul, where the region is mainly Hazara and Shia, witnessed tvn events. In the latest case of ISIS attacks to a sports club in the area, he had deaths and more than ninety wounded. The increase of the attacks and weakness of the government in security has raised the anger of the people, even last night after the first blast, the angry people did not allow the security forces to enter

These attacks had a lot of reactions on social networks. Amrullah Saleh, the former President of the national security on his official Facebook page called the people of West Kabul offered to teach information and security skills. He says, ” other old and repetitive solutions have lost their effectiveness, and the government and people must consider fresh and preventive solutions.”

Mohammad Mohaqiq, the second vice president also criticized the weakness of the government and security institutions and asked the people to take responsibility for the security of their religious rallies in the month of Muharram.
At the same time, there was another suicide attack in Herat city. Nahid Farid, representative of the people of Herat in the house of representatives also asked people on his Facebook page to take over the security of their areas with low facilities.
What do you think of these offers? Will people be able to protect the security of their rallies?
Despite government security forces, do their people have to work for the supply of ạmny̰tsẖạn?

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