A policeman shoots during the graduation ceremony in Ghazni Province, east Afghanistan, March 3, 2018. A total of 99 people on Saturday joined the National Police in Ghazni after a four-week training. (Xinhua/Sayed Mominzadah)
GHAZNI, Afghanistan, March 4 (Xinhua) -- A total of 99 people after completion of a four-week training course and receiving certificates joined the National Police in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province on Saturday, provincial police chief General Mohammad Zaman said Sunday.
During the training course, all the 99 persons had learned how to use weapons, search houses, behave suspected persons and discharge duties, the police official said.
The newly graduated police personnel would be deployed in different districts of the relatively troubled Ghazni province to serve the nation, Zaman said.